Bihar: Many ministers died in a single week for corona
Bihar Assembly elections begin on the 28th. In turn, various political parties are engaged in intense election campaigning. This has created a vulnerable environment for coronavirus infection and the occurrence of unexpected deaths has caused a great tragedy. Vinod Singh, who was the Minister for Backward Classes Welfare in Bihar in particular, was hit by the corona epidemic last June. He was admitted to a private hospital in Delhi in a critical condition.
He died on the 12th without any treatment in this environment. He is 50. He was the MLA of Pranpur Assembly constituency in Kathihar district. He has been elected to the Bihar Assembly three times from this constituency. Similarly, Kapil Theo Kamath, a former state panchayat raj minister, was admitted to AIIMS hospital in Patna due to a corona infection.
Died last Friday without treatment in this environment. The death of two ministers in the same week has caused great grief in the state of Bihar. That too is seen as a setback for the ruling party in the context of the forthcoming elections.
In this context, Tejaswi Yadav, the chief ministerial candidate and leader of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) in the mega coalition involved in the election campaign, has been very indifferent to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over the Corona issue.
He has no concern for the lives of the public. Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey has not taken any action to address this dilemma. They are thinking about how to win the election. All these are being meticulously taken care of by the people of Bihar. You will not be forgiven.