Manish Sisodia

On July 21, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia accused the Centre of lying in Parliament, claiming that there had been “no death in the country owing to oxygen scarcity.”

On Wednesday, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, accused the central government of “lying” in Parliament by claiming that no deaths were caused by a lack of oxygen during the second wave of the Covid-19 outbreak in the country.

Sisodia claimed there was “complete mismanagement” of oxygen supply during the second wave across the country, and faulted the Centre’s policies for the “tragedy” that occurred.
“On Tuesday, the Centre clearly and shamelessly lied to the Parliament. Between April 15 and May 10, the country experienced a true oxygen shortage.

During this time, the Centre mismanaged oxygen supplies, causing havoc in hospitals. The Centre is now lying to conceal its mistakes. After April 13, it modified its oxygen delivery policy, which resulted in a total disaster. Sisodia stated, “The Centre will have to take responsibility for this.”

“Today, BJP spokespersons held a news conference to support that falsehood, criticising non-BJP state governments, including Arvind Kejriwal’s [Delhi] administration. When the country was fighting a terrible second wave of Covid-19, the Centre, because to its stupid actions, plunged the country into a full-fledged oxygen crisis… He asks, “Why is Prime Minister Modi lying?”

Read this Also |

Delhi Government launches social security scheme for Covid-19 affected families

Delhi Govt Prone To Declare Further Lockdown Relaxations From Next Week

Varsha Singh

By Varsha Singh

Journalism honours student at Christ University, Bangalore. Passionate and curious enough to explore the world and talk about the development and constructive changes that I feel should be brought up.

Your comments