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Rahul targets govt, PM for having no plan to defeat virus, as Covid cases surge past 5-lakh mark

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"Covid19 is spreading rapidly into new parts of the country. The Government Of India has no plan to defeat it," Gandhi tweeted. Training his guns on Modi, he said, "PM is silent. He has surrendered and is refusing to fight the pandemic." He also tagged a report that claimed the government had "retreated" as no meeting of the ICMR panel or the Group of Ministers had taken place and neither had the Health Ministry held its briefings on the pandemic.
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