Tejashwi wrote to Nitish Kumar said, 'Govt should allow him to go inside hospital'

May 18 2021 01:16 PM
Tejashwi wrote to Nitish Kumar said, 'Govt should allow him to go inside hospital'

Patna: Bihar leader of opposition Tejashwi wrote to CM Nitish Kumar on Tuesday amid the growing havoc of corona. In the letter, he said that the state government should allow him and all the MLAs of the state to go inside a hospital, PHC, covid care centre etc. in the state and meet the patients and their families. You can open corona care centres and also run community kitchens etc. to provide them relief.

Tejashwi Yadav wrote in his letter, "I am writing to you another time with great hope. Hopefully this time the answer will be received. Sometimes I wonder how the CM, who boasts of following the ideology of Gandhi, Lohia, JP and Karpuri Thakur, can be so undemocratic that he does not even think it appropriate to respond to the letter of the opposition party. It's not at all fair to democratic traditions and the parliamentary system".

Tejashwi Yadav wrote, "Chief Minister, as you know, the global epidemic in Bihar is at its peak along with covid-19 as well as chaos and insensitivity of the government. Now the epidemic has spread dangerously in urban areas as well as rural areas. Everyone also knows what the health structure and services of the state are, so do something now".

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