News Daily Digital Desk: Just lost her son. He could not be heard complaining against anyone even though he was overwhelmed with grief. Instead, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury thanked those who stood by him during the crisis. However, Yechury understands the pain of losing a relative. He has broken the barrier of patience. Perhaps that is why he wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to provide uninterrupted oxygen to all hospitals and patients across the country at any cost. The CPM leader also expressed his displeasure over the government’s indifference in dealing with Covid. Ensure uninterrupted supply of medical oxygen to all hospitals & patients across the country by procuring it at any cost. must be averted. https://t.co/fXyI7flTzV pic.twitter.com/OLNN76aLGn— Sitaram Yechury (itSitaramYechury) April 24, 2021 In a letter to the Prime Minister on ‘pain, suffering and anguish’, the CPM leader demanded, Required. First, provide uninterrupted oxygen for the treatment of all hospitals and patients across the country at any cost. Bring together all the state governments and launch a free universal immunization program. If necessary, increase the production of Indian vaccines as well as import vaccines from as many sources as possible. ” Yechury’s request also calls for the cancellation of the Central Vista project to ensure that there is no shortage of funds for vaccination in the country. He requested the Center to cancel the project and allocate Tk 35,000 crore for vaccination.
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In the letter, the CPM general secretary blamed the Center for the current Corona situation. He claimed that the second wave of Corona had hit the country’s health system like a tsunami. And that is because of the indifference of the center. Sitaram claims that in this situation, it is the moral responsibility of the Prime Minister to deliver the vaccine to everyone. “If you can’t provide our comrades with oxygen and vaccines, your government will lose its moral right to stay in power,” he said. According to Yechury’s letter, the pain of losing relatives is understood in the political circles. Sangbad Pratidin News App: Download to get the latest news updates News Like every day to stay in the regular news Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter Follow all the news updates Like News in Daily News