New Delhi: Amid growing cases of corona infection, former Congress president and star campaigner of the Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, has announced the postponement of his election rally in Bengal on Sunday. He has also appealed to other leaders to do the same. While giving this information through Twitter, Rahul Gandhi announced that in view of the Covid circumstances, I postpone my public meetings in the West Bengal assembly elections. He also appealed to other parties and said that I advise all political parties and leaders to think deeply about the consequences of organizing big public rallies under the current circumstances.
On Saturday, the Congress party has released a video against PM Modi regarding this subject, in which during this era of Corona epidemic, PM Modi’s election programs were fiercely targeted. Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, instead of dealing with the epidemic, is showing shocking insensitivity by campaigning in the West Bengal assembly elections. Chidambaram said that the Prime Minister should stay in Delhi and work with the Corona virus by coordinating with the Chief Ministers. The Prime Minister is addressing generals in the state for the eight-phase West Bengal assembly elections.
Corona virus cases are increasing rapidly in India. With 2,61,500 new cases of Corona virus infection reported in the country in a day, the total number of Kovid-19 has increased to 1,47,88,109.