Maharashtra BJP Chief Alleges Corruption In COVID-19 Fight In State: RSS volunteers had acquired the individuals in Dharavi admitted to hospitals, he mentioned. (File photograph)

Maharashtra BJP Chief Alleges Corruption In COVID-19 Fight In State

Mumbai:

Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil on Sunday alleged that corruption has taken place within the state in the course of the COVID-19 administration and his get together would increase the difficulty as soon as the pandemic ends.

Speaking to reporters in Kolhapur, he mentioned that it was commendable that the COVID-19 state of affairs in Dharavi slum has come beneath management, however requested whether or not it occurred as a result of efforts of the state authorities or the RSS employees.

“If some good work has been carried out in Dharavi, it’s commendable. However the query is whether or not the turnaround in Dharavi occurred as a consequence of efforts of the state authorities or the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) employees, who risked their lives and performed house-to-house screening of individuals,” he mentioned.

The previous minister added that the RSS volunteers had acquired the individuals in Dharavi admitted to hospitals with the assistance of the Brihanmubai Municipal Company (BMC).

“If the COVID-19 comes beneath management in Mumbai, we’re comfortable, however are we not supposed to speak in regards to the corruption that has taken place within the COVID-19 administration,” he mentioned.

He added that there have been irregularities within the buy of baggage for lifeless our bodies.

“The fabric for COVID centres in Goregaon and different elements of Mumbai was procured on hire when it was out there at inexpensive worth,” he added.

“Let the coronavirus state of affairs recover from, we are going to increase all these points within the Meeting. We are going to increase difficulty about who acquired the contracts…We are going to set up the hyperlinks,” he added.

 

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