Nawab Malik slams PM Modi for his address this morning

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address this morning brought a lot of disappointment to the people, we thought that they will discuss our food but he told us to look the other way,” Nawab Malik tweeted.

Nawab Malik slams PM Modi for his address this morning
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Maharashtra Minority Affairs Minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) spokesperson, Nawab Malik on Friday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his appeal to the nation amid the coronavirus outbreak which has claimed 56 lives across the country. 

Prime Minister, in his video which was scheduled at 9:00 AM today, appealed the citizens to light ‘diyas’, torches or mobile flashlight at 9:00 PM in solidarity to the fight against the coronavirus. The PM asked to switch off their lights and hold candles to fight the darkness of the coronavirus. 

Reacting to this, Nawab Malik took to Twitter to express his displeasure saying that the message of the Prime Minister was a huge disappointment to the people amid coronavirus crisis. 

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address this morning brought a lot of disappointment to the people, we thought that they will discuss our food but he told us to look the other way,” Nawab Malik tweeted. 

In his address to the nation amid the 21-days nationwide lockdown, the Prime Minister spoke about challenging coronavirus and “introduce it to the power of light” by turning off all lights at home and hold candles in hand, standing on balconies. 

The nation is facing major health and economic crisis in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier, after Narendra Modi announced nationwide lockdown, the migrant workers and labourers who survive on daily wages started moving to their respective villages. 

The exodus caused massive crowd menace in parts of the country, especially Delhi and other major cities posing a major risk of spreading the coronavirus.

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