New Delhi: On the deteriorating situation in the country’s capital, the Delhi Congress demanded imposition of President’s rule in the National Capital Region, saying that the government completely failed to discharge its constitutional duties during the Covid-19 epidemic. Delhi Congress chief Chaudhary Anil Kumar said in a letter to the President that people have been left to die for the last several days due to lack of hospital arrangements and availability of oxygen.
Another name has been added to this link. The ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Shoaib Iqbal has described his own government led by Arvind Kejriwal as a failure in Kovid management. Shoaib Iqbal, MLA from Matia Mahal in Delhi, said on Friday that today we are ashamed of being an MLA because we are not able to do anything. He has appealed to the High Court to impose President’s rule in Delhi in view of the situation arising in Delhi due to Corona.
The MLA from Matia Mahal complains that patients in Delhi are neither receiving medicines nor hospital-oxygen. There is no one to listen to people. He said that I am sad that we are not able to help anyone. Now I would like that the Delhi High Court immediately impose President’s rule here, otherwise corpses will be laid on the streets. Shoaib Iqbal said that we are not getting support from the center, if everything comes in the hands of the center then it will be able to work. He said that President’s rule should be imposed in Delhi for three months.
Let us tell you that with 24,235 new cases of Corona virus infection reported to Delhi, the number of infected people in Delhi has increased to 11,22,286. According to Health Department data, 395 Kovid-19 patients died in Delhi on Thursday. This is the highest single day death toll in this epidemic. A total of 15,772 people have lost their lives due to the epidemic in the city so far. More than 300 patients died due to infection on the eighth consecutive day in Delhi. However, so far more than 10.08 lakh patients have been cured of this deadly virus in the capital, while currently there are 97,977 active cases.