Persistent scarcity of vaccine doses, insufficient preparations for Covid making individuals undergo
Covid instances constantly rising, mortality charge additionally rising, however Captain is busy self-applauding
Instead of bragging, if government had labored on hospitals’ construction and lack of employees, then it might have received battle towards Corona
Captain ought to study from Arvind Kejriwal’s Delhi government on revamping health infrastructure to sort out such pandemic
Chandigarh: Reacting to the rising outbreak of Covid-19 in the state and poor and insufficient preparations of the Punjab government, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA and deputy chief of opposition in the Punjab Assembly, Sarvjeet Kaur Manuke termed it as incompetence of the Captain Amarinder Singh-led state government and demanded stern motion in this regard. In a press release issued from the get together headquarters right here on Wednesday, Manuke mentioned that the ruling Captain Amarinder Singh-led Congress government had failed and never achieved something in the final one yr concerning health services and infrastructure amid Covid in Punjab. “The Punjab government has been taking very lenient steps for the final one yr to cope with Corona due to which at the moment the individuals of Punjab have been affected by this illness,” she added.
Manuke mentioned that regardless of having the best variety of instances in the state, Captain Amarinder Singh was not paying any consideration to it however was resting in his farmhouse. She mentioned that Covid instances have been constantly rising with the mortality charge additionally rising, however Captain was busy self-applauding. “Captain ought to come out of his royal farmhouse and see the plight of the individuals affected by this illness in hospitals, in absence of satisfactory preparations and services,” mentioned Manuke. She mentioned that on one facet, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and different cupboard ministers have been visiting hospitals, reviewing the preparations and services and offering help to the individuals; then again Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh just isn’t even popping out from his royal farmhouse.
Manuke mentioned that the rising trajectory of Covid-19 instances in Punjab has additionally began fuelling issues over the oxygen provide in hospitals throughout the state. She mentioned that many government hospitals in the state don’t even have ventilators and the Captain government in its tenure of greater than 4 years couldn’t even set up any excessive commonplace hospital in the state. She additional mentioned that as a substitute of constructing false guarantees and tall claims to the individuals of Punjab, Captain Amarinder ought to give services to them on the bottom stage with help as required. Manuke mentioned that there was an acute scarcity of Covid vaccine and medicines in the hospitals of the state due to which each medical doctors and the individuals have been going through difficulties. “Persistent scarcity of vaccine doses and insufficient preparations of services for Covid are making the individuals of the state undergo. People turning up for the second doses are returning empty handed,” she added.
The AAP chief mentioned that the individuals have been compelled to transfer from one place to one other for his or her household and kinfolk contaminated with Covid, however the Captain government was nonetheless neglecting it. She mentioned that there was additionally no transparency in the standing of obtainable hospital areas and remedy services. Manuke mentioned that underneath this system ‘Mission Fateh’ launched by the Punjab government, the government stored bragging however failed to do something on the bottom. “If the government would have addressed the scarcity of employees as a substitute of glorifying itself in ads, then the battle might have been received towards Corona,” she added. Manuke mentioned that Captain Amarinder Singh ought to study from Arvind Kejriwal’s Delhi government on how to revamp the health infrastructure to sort out such pandemic.