Raut said- Center is lying on the issue of death due to lack of oxygen, no death occurred in Maharashtra

Raut said- Center is lying on the issue of death due to lack of oxygen, no death occurred in Maharashtra

New Delhi, ANI. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Wednesday accused the Center of lying on the central government's statement that no death was reported due to lack of oxygen in the second wave of Corona, but the Maharashtra government of Shiv Sena-Congress and NCP alliance still has a say. That there was no death due to lack of oxygen in the state.

What will happen to the families who have lost loved ones due to lack of oxygen after hearing the statement of the Center: Raut

Talking to reporters, Raut said, 'I have no words to speak. After hearing this statement, what will happen to the families who have lost their loved ones due to lack of oxygen. A case should be filed against the government. They are lying.

Sanjay Raut said – The central government is running away from the truth regarding the deaths due to lack of oxygen

He said that in the second wave, those whose relatives have died due to lack of oxygen, they should be taken to the court by the central government. The central government is running away from the truth.

On Pegasus, Raut said- Opposition demanded intervention of Parliamentary Committee and Supreme Court 

On the Pegasus issue, he said, "The opposition has sought the intervention of the Joint Parliamentary Committee and the Supreme Court. Had Ravi Shankar Prasad been in opposition, he would have made the same demand. Let the truth be exposed. If there is nothing to hide then why are you afraid?' On the other hand, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said, 'We have never said that people died due to lack of oxygen in the state. Many of them had other diseases. There was no death due to lack of oxygen.

50 lakh deaths occurred in second wave: Rahul

According to IANS, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted on Wednesday and said, The truth is that in the second wave of Corona, due to wrong decisions of the Government of India, 50 lakh sisters, brothers and parents died. With this tweet, he also tagged the report of American thinktank Center for Global Development making this claim. In another tweet, he said, 'Everything is recorded in the tears of those who lost their loved ones.

Deaths caused by increasing oxygen exports by 700 percent in Corona year: Priyanka

According to ANI, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra tweeted, alleging that in the year of the pandemic, the government had increased the export of oxygen by 700 percent, due to which the deaths occurred. The government did not even arrange tankers for the transport of oxygen.

Oxygen deficiency killed 30 in Andhra Pradesh: TDP

According to ANI, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) spokesperson K. Pattabiram claimed that in the second wave of Corona, more than 30 people died due to lack of oxygen in Andhra Pradesh. He said that these deaths were due to the inability of the central government to supply oxygen. At the same time, the Congress claimed the death of 50 people in the state.


Jaishankar said on India taking over the presidency of UNSC - India will always remain a voice of restraint, a supporter of dialogue

Jaishankar said on India taking over the presidency of UNSC - India will always remain a voice of restraint, a supporter of dialogue

New Delhi. As India assumes the presidency of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the month of August, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Sunday said India will always remain a voice of restraint, an advocate of dialogue and a supporter of international law. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi called it an "important day" and referred to 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (the world is one family) to describe India's outlook on the world. Jaishankar tweeted, "We look forward to working productively with other members as we assume the presidency of the UN Security Council for August."

India will always be a voice of restraint, an advocate of dialogue and a supporter of international law. The first working day of India's presidency will be August 2. India began a two-year term as a non-permanent member of the UNSC on January 1. This is India's seventh term in the UNSC as a non-permanent member. Earlier, India had been a member of the United Nations Security Council in 1950-51, 1967-68, 1972-73, 1977-78, 1984-85 and 1991-92. Following its election to the global body, India said it would promote responsible and inclusive solutions for international peace and security.