After a video displaying well being staff allegedly tossing our bodies of coronavirus victims in a big pit in Karnataka, BSP President Mayawati on Wednesday acknowledged that the incident is the “peak of cruelty and insult to humanity”.
The previous UP Chief Minister demanded that the responsible have to be punished.
“The tragedy that the our bodies of COVID-19 victims being thrown into trenches in Ballari, Karnataka is the peak of cruelty and an insult to humanity. Although incidents associated to inhuman cruelty with corona sufferers are rampant however responsible of Ballari have to be punished by the state authorities,” Mayawati stated in a tweet.
Additionally, in one other tweet, she requested the central authorities to increase the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana until the tip of the coronavirus pandemic.
“As a way to examine ignominy of hunger on account of lengthy unprecedented hardship & unemployment on account of coronavirus and the following nationwide lockdown, the PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojna should proceed not until November however until the tip of the pandemic, that is the demand of BSP,” she tweeted.