Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives on the Parliament to handle the media on the primary day of the Monsoon Session on Monday. (Photo: PTI)
The Centre on Tuesday informed the Rajya Sabha that no deaths attributable to lack of oxygen had been “specifically reported” by states and union territories in the course of the second Covid-19 wave that hit the nation.
“All states and UTs report cases and deaths to the Union Health Ministry on a regular basis. However, no deaths due to lack of oxygen have been specifically reported by states and UTs,” she stated.
Shortly after the assertion by the Centre was made in a written reply by the Minister of State for Health Bharati Pravin Pawar, AICC General Secretary Okay C Venugopal accused the minister of getting “misled” the home. Describing the assertion as “condemnable”, Venugopal, a Rajya Sabha MP to whose query the reply was given, stated he’ll transfer a privilege movement towards the minister.
Snooping row dominates Day 2 proceedings as Oppn calls for JPC probe
Protests over the Pegasus snooping row dominated the Lok Sabha proceedings on the second day of the Monsoon session of Parliament, resulting in continued disruptions and repeated adjournments of the House on Tuesday.
As quickly because the House met for the day at 11 am, Opposition members, together with from the Congress and the TMC, raised slogans and confirmed placards to assault the federal government on the snooping problem. The proceedings lasted for barely 5 minutes because the House was adjourned.
One of the placards, written in Hindi, learn that whereas persons are affected by unemployment, the federal government is busy with “jasoosi” (spying). The identical scene was witnessed when the House reassembled at 2 pm and was later adjourned until 11 AM on July 22.