System hasn’t failed, Modi government has: Sonia Gandhi on Covid-19 crisis

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In the results of the election recently concluded in four states and one Union region, the party’s president said the Congress Work Committee would be Soo analyzing the election results.

Sonia Gandhi on Friday held the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting virtually.
Sonia Gandhi on Friday held the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting virtually.

In the midst of the ongoing situation of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country, Sonia Gandhi’s president on Friday said the system did not fail because India had many strengths and resources. The Modi government has failed to constructively distribute these resources, Sonia Gandhi told the meeting of the virtual Congress Parliamentary Party. In the results of the election recently concluded in four states and one Union region, the party’s president said the Congress Work Committee would be Soo analyzing the election results.

Referring to the letters written to PM Narendra Modi by Manmohan Singh, Rahul Gandhi, party president said all these beneficial initiatives had fallen into deaf ears because the government did not make a meaningful response and continued to behave as if it itself had an answer.

This is not the battle of the “government versus we” but the battle between “US versus Corona”, Sonia said adding that Congress demanded a standing committee meeting. “This situation does not delay. Dealing this crisis requires possibilities, calm and visionary leadership. The nation sank under the weight of the indifference and inability of the government of the mod. It is time for us to reap ourselves and dedicate ourselves in our ministry of people,” said Sonia Gandhi.

Government depraved for the “disabled” vaccine policy, Sonia said that although allocating ₹ 35,000 crore in budget 2021 for “free vaccines for all”, the MOD government puts the state government in a large pressure in the procurement of vaccines in the third phase. “The unfair mode government vaccination policy will exclude millions of Dalits, Adivasis, other backwards, and the poor and marginalized. It was very surprising to see the mod to reject its moral obligations and its contrary to the people,” he said.

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