Errabelli Slams Opposition Parties For Politcal Charges On Govt

Hyderabad, Aug.31 (Maxim News): Panchayat Raj Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao today criticised the opposition parties for making political charges on the government on increase of Corona cases.

The minister accused the Congress and the BJP of indulging in politics on Corona pandemic which is causing havoc across the world.

Dayakarr Rao held a meeting at Palakurthy segment and discussed on to overcome with courage the Corona problem with Corona patients, local leaders and officials. The minister expressed displeasure that the Congress and BJP are politicising the Corona problem. Dayakar Rao has exhorted the people to avoid virus fear and fight have courage to overcome the disease.

He said that the government is providing the best facilities in the hospitals. There is no need of panic as its death rate is less than one percent in Telangana state while it is about 2 percent in the country. To contain its spread the government now conducts about 50,000 Corona tests everyday, the minister said.

We have to follow Corona protocols to avoid virus spread by wearing masks, sanitising hands and maintain physical distance. There is no truth I misinformation campaign if the opposition parties that tears are coming ducted less in number. The government follows guidelines of the Centre and ICMR and increased corona testing he said. We have adequate medicines and staff to treat corona patients in government hospitals.

The minister said that people can get free treatment for Corona in government hospitals and avoid waste expenditure in private ones. The government will take serious action against the private hospitals for violating fees and other Corona norms he warned. He appealed the people to avoid panic and have courage to get negative results of corona. There is a need for having courage to overcome the virus and get negative results he added. (Maxim News)

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