Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s addressed Delhi via Video
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressed Delhi via video and he has now finally broken his silence on all the allegations, that he is silently spending time in Bengaluru despite of the fact that Delhi is burning with fever.
In the video he said “Like India unites against Pakistan during a match, all parties should unite against tackling dengue and chikungunya. Let’s not play politics. When we can implement odd-even, can’t we get rid of mosquitoes?” Here is the video:
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Notably opposition was continuously attacking Arvind Kejriwal’s government as all the leaders were out of town. And nobody was present to at least take the responsibility. Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia was in Finland for an educational program and was ordered by Najeeb Jung to come back Delhi.
Well, AAP government also presented the report which shows that the cases of these deadly fevers are very low in comparison to last year. Dengue and chikungunya have claimed at least 27 lives over the last several weeks.
More than 2,800 people are down with mosquito-borne fevers in the national capital. Delhi is burning with fever and main ministers including Mr Kejriwal, Mr Sisodia and Health Minister Satyendar Jain – were out of Delhi.
The BJP severely criticised the Aam Aadmi Party government for the absence of the ministers and the Congress activists mocked the government with a ‘Bhagoda Divas’ in Delhi, Mr Sisodia responded to the charges that he was ‘holidaying’ in Helsinki by asserting that he was on an educational tour.
Well, governments, political parties, Health department all are doing their best in order to control this kind of epidemic situation but our safety is in our hands. So, one should be aware of the symptoms of dengue and Chikungunya and if you possess anyone of it, immediately contact your nearby doctor.
Chikhungunya causes fever and severe joint pain. Other symptoms include muscle pain, headache, nausea, fatigue and rash. Joint pain is often the main cause. The disease shares some clinical signs with dengue, and can be misdiagnosed in areas where dengue is common.