Hours after India crossed 20 lakh coronavirus circumstances, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi this morning shared an outdated tweet from his timeline, hinting that he was proper in predicting the nation would go the grim mark earlier than August 10.
As he hit out on the authorities but once more over its dealing with of the pandemic, the 50-year-old ex-Congress chief in the present day tweeted in Hindi: “Bees lakh ka aankra paar… Gayab hai Modi sarkaar (20-lakh mark has been crossed, Modi authorities is lacking).”
On July 17, when India had crossed 10 lakh COVID-19 circumstances, the Congress MP from Kerala’s Wayanad had mentioned that the nation would file one other 10 lakh circumstances by August 10.
In his tweet this morning, he tried to remind that he was proper. “The 10,00,000-mark has been crossed. If COVID-19 continues to unfold at this tempo, we are going to quickly cross the 20,00,000-lakh mark by August 10. The federal government ought to take prudent steps to deal with the pandemic,” his put up in Hindi on July 17 learn. Days earlier than, he had mentioned on Twitter that India would go 10 lakh-mark in every week.
India’s coronavirus tally surged to 20 lakh circumstances final night, simply 20 days after the nation recorded 10 lakh circumstances.
The Congress chief has been relentlessly focusing on Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid spike in COVID-19 infections. He has been sharing information stories, speaking to specialists and making sharp feedback on the nationwide economic system as he repeatedly claims the federal government has failed in controlling the outbreak.
Nonetheless, the BJP has dismissed the claims saying Mr Gandhi has “restricted understanding of Covid”.
Final month, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar mentioned the Congress “will turn into a celebration of tweets”. “Rahul Gandhi is tweeting each day. It appears the Congress will turn into a celebration of tweets as they’re doing no work among the many individuals and dropping one chief after one other. A pissed off and depressed get together is making an attempt to launch all types of assaults on the federal government,” Mr Javadekar had informed reporters.
India had reported its first coronavirus affected person from Kerala on January 30. The nation registered one lakh circumstances on Might 19. About 60 per cent of infections and 50 per cent of deaths linked to the illness have been registered final month.