Letter of 12 Opposition Parties to PM Narendra Modi with 9 Suggestions on Corona Crisis

GG News Bureau

New Delhi, 12th May. 12 opposition parties have written a letter to Prime Minister Modi, giving 9 suggestions to fight against Corona. These 9 key suggestions include many points such as to stop the construction of the Central Vista Project, providing free vaccinations, etc. Along with this, it has also been asked to take steps regarding the shortage of vaccines in the country.

This letter is signed by Sonia Gandhi (Congress), HD Deve Gowda (JD-S), Sharad Pawar (NCP), Uddhav Thackeray (Shiv Sena), Mamta Banerjee (TMC), MK Stalin (DMK), Hemant Soren (JMM), Akhilesh Yadav ( SP), Farooq Abdullah (JKPA), Tejaswi Yadav (RJD), D Raja (CPI) and Sitaram Yechury (CPI-M) respectively. The points which are included in the letter are mentioned below:

Promote the production of domestic vaccines, the system of compulsory licenses has been asked to be abolished.

Ration should be given to the needy persons so that no one remains hungry.

Opposition parties have further written in this letter that the central government should use the 35,000 crore allocated in the budget to manufacture the vaccine.

It is mentioned in the letter that the construction work of Central Vista should be stopped as soon as possible. In its place that allocated money needs to be spent for the purchase of oxygen and vaccines.

The Central Government should repeal the agricultural laws as soon as possible so that lakhs of farmers can be saved from the pandemic.

Give 6 thousand rupees per month to all unemployed people so that they can live their lives in this epidemic.

The leaders wrote that a free universal vaccination campaign should also be started across the country on behalf of the central government so that all eligible citizens of the country can get the vaccine for free.

The leaders wrote in the letter that funds like PM Care and the money deposited in all private funds should be used to buy oxygen and medical equipment.

All the leaders wrote in the letter that wherever possible vaccine availability should be increased whether it is from the domestic market or abroad.

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