Around 1,000 COVID-19 Deaths Not Reported In Maharashtra: Devendra Fadnavis

Around 1,000 COVID-19 Deaths Not Reported In Maharashtra: Devendra Fadnavis

Around 1,000 COVID-19 Deaths Not Reported In Maharashtra: Devendra Fadnavis

Its a fallacious technique to say just some deaths on a regular basis within the (medical) report: Devendra Fadnavis

Mumbai:

Senior BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday alleged that the Maharashtra authorities has not reported round 1,000 COVID-19 deaths within the state to this point.

In a contemporary letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Mr Fadnavis urged him to order a probe into the alleged non-reporting of such deaths.

On June 15, he had written an analogous letter to the CM in regards to the COVID-19 deaths not reported in Mumbai.

Mr Fadnavis stated {that a} day after his June 15 letter, the federal government had reported 950 COVID-deaths in Mumbai. Nevertheless, within the newest letter, he accused the federal government of not reporting round 1,000 such deaths within the state.

“It’s a fallacious technique of the state authorities to not report some 1,000 deaths brought on by COVID-19. These deaths have nonetheless not been reported,” he stated.

“As per my data, the dying of 1,000 folks triggered as a consequence of COVID-19 within the final three months has not been reported to this point. Any dying occurring as a consequence of COVID-19 ought to be reported inside 72 hours. However it’s not occurring,” the Chief of Opposition in Maharashtra Meeting alleged.

“It’s a fallacious technique to say solely a few of these deaths on a regular basis within the (medical) report. The federal government ought to admit the unreported deaths of COVID-19 sufferers,” the previous chief minister stated.

“I had written a letter on June 15 after which state reported 950 deaths in Mumbai the very subsequent day. The federal government later reported some more deaths, which took the variety of deaths that had been earlier unreported to 1,200 in Mumbai metropolis alone,” he stated. 

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