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Regarding the statement of the Central Government that there is no death in the country due to lack of oxygen during the Corona epidemic. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Manish Sisodia) has given a sharp reaction. In the digital press conference held on Tuesday, Sisodia said that the central government has asked the Delhi government death due to lack of oxygen Did not ask for any related data. He said, ‘The Delhi government has not received any such letter from the central government asking whether there has been any death due to lack of oxygen or not. I am constantly asking my officers whether any letter has come from the central government here? We will send our reply to the Central Government and keep it for the Central Government, Supreme Court, Parliament and the public.
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Sisodia said that when you do not ask the state government, then how will they tell? There was oxygen crisis in Delhi, but without investigation we cannot say how many deaths occurred? We had formed a committee for investigation and stopped it by asking the LG that the central government should communicate with the states. Keep the government, the Supreme Court, the Parliament and the people.
He said, ‘In today’s newspapers I got the news that the central government is saying that it has asked the state governments how many deaths due to lack of oxygen in them. Newspaper reports are telling that 12 states said that there was no death and one state said – happened. A few days ago I read in the newspapers that the central government has given time till 13th August to the state governments and asked whether the death was due to lack of oxygen? As far as we are concerned, the Delhi government has not received any such letter from the central government.