Previous Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said that he will suspend his leftover commitment in West Bengal because of the Covid-19 flood and encouraged all political pioneers to “consider the results of holding huge public conventions”.
“Considering the Covid circumstance, I am suspending all my public conventions in West Bengal. I would encourage all political pioneers to contemplate the outcomes of holding enormous public meetings under the current conditions,” Gandhi composed on Twitter.
Gandhi’s declaration goes ahead a day when the nation saw its most noteworthy single-day spike of over 2.61 lakh Covid-19 cases and dynamic cases in the nation outperformed the 18 lakh-mark.
Notwithstanding the flood in day by day Covid-19 cases, political decision battling in Bengal keeps on being going full speed ahead. On Sunday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to hold numerous meetings and roadshows in the state.
Essentially, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is the essence of BJP’s Bengal crusade, held numerous conventions in the state on Saturday. At an assembly in Asansol, Modi had said that he was “cheerful” to see the enormous group that had accumulated on ground.
The Congress reprimanded PM Modi for his assertion, with senior gathering pioneer P Chidambaram blaming him for showing “stunning hardness” by tending to conventions in West Bengal “rather than remaining in Delhi” to deal with the Covid pandemic circumstance.