Ground Report | New Delhi: Why #ArrestKejriwal is trending on Twitter?; An ‘Oxygen Audit Committee’ constituted by the Supreme Court of India has claimed in its report that ‘the Kejriwal government demanded four times more oxygen than needed during the second wave of the corona epidemic.’ According to the report, the Delhi government actually needed about 289 metric tonnes of oxygen, but about 1,200 metric tonnes of oxygen was demanded by them.
However, people associated with the Aam Aadmi Party said that this report is not of the Supreme Court panel, but of a sub-panel that has been sent to the main panel and this sub-panel is actually of the central government itself. But the party has not yet given any official statement on this. As soon as the official statement of the party comes, it will be added here.
It has been told that this report will now be presented before the judges during the next hearing of the Supreme Court. The report said that the impact of the Kejriwal government’s excessive demand was seen in 12 states where many patients lost their lives due to a lack of oxygen.
During the second wave of the corona epidemic in India, there was a severe shortage of oxygen. Many times there were reports that many patients died overnight due to lack of oxygen. At that time, the Kejriwal government had demanded oxygen from the central government.
But after this report, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his government have come in the dock. On the basis of this report, many leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party are now besieging Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
BJP MP from Delhi Gautam Gambhir has tweeted that “Arvind Kejriwal, if there is any shame left, then apologize to the country.” Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has written that “After the report comes, it is expected that the responsibility for this mess will also be fixed.” BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra has written that “The truth has finally come out. That is, Kejriwal was lying continuously.
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