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Declare a national health emergency: Kapil Sibal to PM Modi

India recorded a highest single-day spike of over 2 lakh cases on Sunday; the former Union Minister also asked the Election Commission to delay election rallies and courts to protect citizen lives.

Sabrangindia 19 Apr 2021

Kapil Sibal

In light of rising Covid-19 cases, senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 18, 2021 to declare a national health emergency. Sibal also urged the Election Commission to declare a moratorium on election rallies to counter measure the second wave of coronavirus.

Sibal tweeted, “COVID-19: Infections faster than recoveries; Modiji: Declare a National Health Emergency; Election Commission: Declare a moratorium on election rallies; Courts: Protect people’s lives.”

 

 

Earlier, former Prime Minister and current MP Manmohan Singh also wrote to PM Modi listing suggestions to ramp up the vaccination drive in the country.

Meanwhile, on Sunday India recorded a record single-day rise of 2,61,500 coronavirus cases, taking India's total tally of Covid-19 cases to 1,47,88,109, cases while active cases surpassed the 18-lakh mark, as per updated Union Health Ministry data. Within the last four days, India recorded over two lakh cases consecutively.

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Declare a national health emergency: Kapil Sibal to PM Modi

India recorded a highest single-day spike of over 2 lakh cases on Sunday; the former Union Minister also asked the Election Commission to delay election rallies and courts to protect citizen lives.

Kapil Sibal

In light of rising Covid-19 cases, senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 18, 2021 to declare a national health emergency. Sibal also urged the Election Commission to declare a moratorium on election rallies to counter measure the second wave of coronavirus.

Sibal tweeted, “COVID-19: Infections faster than recoveries; Modiji: Declare a National Health Emergency; Election Commission: Declare a moratorium on election rallies; Courts: Protect people’s lives.”

 

 

Earlier, former Prime Minister and current MP Manmohan Singh also wrote to PM Modi listing suggestions to ramp up the vaccination drive in the country.

Meanwhile, on Sunday India recorded a record single-day rise of 2,61,500 coronavirus cases, taking India's total tally of Covid-19 cases to 1,47,88,109, cases while active cases surpassed the 18-lakh mark, as per updated Union Health Ministry data. Within the last four days, India recorded over two lakh cases consecutively.

Related:

Manmohan Singh offers advice to PM Modi on how to fight Covid-19

Government should fight Corona, not farmers and labourers: SKM

Covid-19: Lockdown imposed in Delhi till April 26

UP Panchayat elections: Polling in Lucknow, Varanasi and Muzaffarnagar today

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