Samajwadi Party (SP) President Akhilesh Yadav has made the death of a woman 'extremely tragic' while searching for a hospital for delivery in Noida and on Sunday raised questions on the government's system. Akhilesh Yadav has tweeted about this matter. He wrote in his tweet that, "The death of a pregnant woman while searching for a hospital for delivery in Uttar Pradesh is very sad. The government should explain why it should not reserve a few beds for the coming generations if it claims to have one lakh beds for the treatment of Corona virus. "Akhilesh Yadav further wrote in his tweet that," BJP The government should also tell how many hospitals it has built so far.
Death while finding hospital for delivery:
Significantly, a pregnant woman named Neelam died in Greater Noida on Friday while finding a hospital for delivery. According to the news agency language, Neelam's husband Vijender Singh said that he knocked on the doors of eight hospitals including some government hospitals but all refused to admit his wife for delivery. Taking cognizance of this incident, the Gautam Budh Nagar district administration has ordered an inquiry into the case.
Shuffle on Virtual Rally:
Akhilesh in another tweet targeted the BJP's preparedness to hold a digital election rally in Bihar. He said, "The BJP is conducting a digital election rally in Bihar from a distance because it is not able to go directly among the people due to the wastage of the country and the countrymen." Akhilesh said, " 'Instead of preparing to bring the lives of crores of people on track, the BJP was busy preparing for elections. Embarrassing. '' Let us know that on Sunday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is addressing the people of Bihar in an online (virtual rally) manner ..