He accused the central government of announcing the lockdown without any preparations and now it is up to the states to take back control of the lockdown. Rawat made the comment in his weekly column in the Shiv Sena mouthpiece Samana.
“There is no denying that the coronavirus spread in Gujarat was a public meeting to welcome US President Donald Trump. Some representatives who accompanied Trump visited Delhi and Mumbai. This has spurred the spread of the virus,” Routh said.
Thousands of people came to see the road show hosted by Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 24. After the road show, the two leaders were addressing more than 100,000 people at the Motera Cricket Stadium under the Gujarat Cricket Association.
“The first coronavirus cases in Gujarat were reported on March 20. Samples of a Rajkot man and a woman from Surat were found to be positive. He said.
Rawat mocked: “The state has witnessed how the President’s rule was implemented and abolished six months ago. If the President’s imposition is based on the handling of coronavirus cases, the President will have to run the 17 states, including the BJP.”
He also accused the central government of failing to contain the epidemic as it had no plans to fight corona.
” The lockdown was introduced without any planning and now, with no plans, it is up to the states to remove it. This mess will only make the crisis worse, ” he said.
He said Rahul Gandhi had done a good analysis of why the lockdown had failed and that the President’s rule in Maharashtra is politically motivated for the increase in coronavirus cases.
BJP MP Narayan Rane recently visited Maharashtra governor BS Koshyari and demanded that the President’s rule be taken into account in view of the failure of the Shiv Sena-led state government to fight the coronavirus epidemic.
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