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Centre has failed to prevent coronavirus crisis from spreading: Shiv Sena

PM Modi had expressed that the battle against coronavirus would be won in 21 days but it has been over 100 days and the COVID-19 outbreak still remains, the Shiv Sena asserted.

Centre has failed to prevent coronavirus crisis from spreading: Shiv Sena
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Shiv Sena on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he has failed to win the battle against the coronavirus. The Shiv Sena said that the centre has failed to prevent the rise of coronavirus cases across the country. 

In an editorial published in ‘Saamana’, Shiv Sena slammed the central government while expressing concern over India ranking third in the world with respect to the highest number of COVID-19 cases being reported in the country. 

PM Modi had expressed that the battle against coronavirus would be won in 21 days but it has been over 100 days and the COVID-19 outbreak still remains, the Shiv Sena asserted. 

The editorial read that the battle against the coronavirus was more difficult than Mahabharat which lasted for 18 days. This battle against COVID-19 will continue until 2021 as there is no vaccine available. 

“The battle of Mahabharat lasted for 18 days. PM Modi had expressed confidence that Indian will win the fight against the coronavirus in 21 days. However, it has been more than 100 days and the COVID-19 crisis still remains,” it said. 

While expressing concern over the rising COVID-19 cases, the Sena said that it was unfortunate and serious for the country, which intends to become a financial superpower in the coming years, to report more than 25,000 coronavirus cases in a day. 

The editorial further warned that India will soon attain number one position if the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise. “We left Russia behind in terms of the number of cases. We will be number one if the COVID-19 cases continue to go up,” it added. 

Although the number of COVID-19 patients in Maharashtra are recovering on large scale but the situation in districts like Thane is a cause of major concern, the Sena said while adding that the politicians, public representatives and others in the administration are getting infected which doesn’t suit the country and states. 

India crossed the seven-lakh mark on Tuesday after 22,252 COVID-19 cases were reported in a day. The death toll in the country has touched 20,000-mark. The Sena pointed out that it took 110 days to reach one-lakh mark while only 49 days to touch seven lakh. 

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