Ground Report | New Delhi: Why Ravish Kumar changed clothes; Ravish Kumar in his latest Prime Time show did a year-ender special show on 24th December in which he was seen in 15 different attire in which Ravish Kumar talks about the second wave of covid and the lack of oxygen. India went through an acute oxygen shortage during the second wave of COVID-19.
How Ravish Kumar changed clothes 15 times
Ravish Kumar did a year-ender special show on 24th December in which he was seen in 15 different attire. This show is going viral because it is a summary of the Year 2021, which was deadly year due to the Delta variant.
Ravish Kumar in this episode appealing to viewers to not forget things that changed our life completely. How in the covid 2nd wave doctors were crying for oxygen, the government was missing from the scene and people were dying on the road.
He showed how govt. later said that there was no death due to lack of oxygen, which was a complete lie. He asks what we lost this year, what is that thing? At the end of the show, he answered that the thing that we lost this year is our ‘conscience’
During the Show, Ravish also said “Hospitals across the country kept sending emergency calls to health departments due to the lack of oxygen. Hospital beds filled to full capacity saw many patients dying due to a lack of medical oxygen”.
Ravish Kumar further said, “Where are we making adjustments, middle-class people, clap was played, the plate was played, they are enjoying the same, neither clap remained nor plate remained and anyway bankruptcy is about to happen now”.
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Twitter user Neeraj Thakur further wrote “Journalism requires creative ways to tell stories, but creativity minus content means nothing. Most media companies find it difficult to attract audience because their content is PR of companies and politicians. Take money to do PR, and one day you will be replaced by PR firms”.
Another user wrote “Feeling lost as there were no Goverment sponsored ifftaar party …we can understand ur pain .. but then u need to learn with new normal”