Kya log bhabhi ji ke papad kha ke theek ho gaye? Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut lauds Maharashtra authorities`s COVID-19 dealing with


Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Thursday (September 17) slammed ‘some Rajya Sabha MPs’ for elevating questions over Maharashtra authorities’s dealing with of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.

Speaking in Rajya Sabha throughout Parliament’s monsoon session, Raut asserted on the excessive variety of coronavirus recoveries in Maharashtra. The Shiv Sena MP famous that even the World Health Organisation (WHO) lauded the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for holding coronavirus outbreak below management in Dharavi, which is Asia’s largest slum.

“My mother and brother are infected with Covid-19. Many people in Maharashtra are recovering also. Today, the situation in Dharavi is under control. WHO has appreciated efforts of BMC. I want to state these facts as some members here were criticising Maharashtra government yesterday,” Raut mentioned within the Upper House.

“I want to ask the members how did so many people recover? Kya log bhabhi ji ke papad kha karke theek ho gaye? This isn’t a political fight but a fight to save the lives of people,” he added.

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The ‘bhabhi ji ke papad’ remark was in reference to Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal ‘s endorsement of ‘Bhabhiji Papad,’ which, based on minister, can assist in creating antibodies to battle in opposition to the coronavirus. Interestingly, the Meghwal himself examined constructive for coronavirus few days in the past.

Meanwhile, a file single-day improve of 97,894 infections pushed India’s coronavirus COVID-19 tally to over 51 lakh, whereas the quantity of people that have recuperated from the illness crossed 40 lakh on Thursday, based on the Union Health Ministry information. 

The whole coronavirus instances mounted to 51,18,253, whereas the loss of life toll climbed to 83,198 with the virus claiming 1,132 lives in a span of 24 hours, the info up to date at eight am confirmed. The whole recoveries surged to 40,25,079 whereas the activecases of COVID-19 crossed 10 lakh for the primary time.