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Rahul Gandhi attacks govt on Covid surge

IndiaTimes Thursday, 15 April 2021
Amid surging Covid cases, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked the government on the shortage of beds and ventilators in hospitals. The former Congress president has been critical of the government on the issue of Covid management.
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India reports a record 2,17,353 daily coronavirus cases taking the total caseload to over 1.42 crore. While taking a dig at the Modi Govt, Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi said that The strategy to fight the current Covid surge comprises a "Tughlaqi lockdown, ringing bells and singing praises to the...

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