Former Karnataka chief minister and Janata Dal (Secular) chief HD Kumaraswamy on Wednesday claimed that there are scarcity of beds and ventilators to deal with COVID-19 sufferers within the state.
In a collection of tweets, he targetted the Karnataka authorities on COVID-19 administration.
“The state authorities has failed to offer sufficient therapy to these contaminated with corona. There aren’t any beds and no ventilators to deal with greater than 4 thousand sufferers. Self-induced lockdown is the one resolution,” he tweeted.
In his subsequent tweet, he mentioned, “Residents of the state, together with Bangalore, now have just one approach to escape from COVID-19. Keep at dwelling and rejoice your self as a self-proclaimed lockdown. Cash just isn’t extra necessary than life. Your life is in your arms now.”
In one other tweet, former Chief Minister alleged that the federal government has fastened Rs 10-15,000 per day for COVID-19 therapy in personal hospitals.
“The state authorities can also be saying this not directly. The “dwelling treatment” within the house is to remain at dwelling and be protected. The federal government has fastened Rs 10-15,000 per day for the therapy of this an infection in personal hospitals. How poor can afford it whereas higher class cannot afford,” he tweeted.
“If 4 members of a household contaminated with corona, the price of therapy for a 15-day therapy at a personal hospital is Rs 5-6 lakh. The place do the poor carry that A lot cash? We should save our lives whereas the federal government is sitting incapable. That is my concern for the individuals of the state,” he mentioned in one other tweet.
In a video message that HD Kumaraswamy demanded the state authorities to provide all types of security and safety to the scholars who’re writing the SSLC examination tomorrow.
HD Kumaraswamy additionally urged college students to watch out.
About 8,48,203 college students will seem within the Secondary Faculty Leaving Certificates (SSLC) examination tomorrow, mentioned Karnataka Well being Minister B Sriramulu on Wednesday.
(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)