Dy CM Manish Sisodia had alleged on Tuesday that the Centre hadn’t requested Delhi authorities whether or not there had been any dying on account of lack of oxygen (File Picture)
NEW DELHI: Refuting Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia’s declare that the Centre by no means requested for details of deaths on account of oxygen shortage through the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, well being minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Wednesday launched copies of the letter from the well being ministry to the Delhi authorities and mentioned “it’s nonetheless not too late” to file the info.» Read more from timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Sharing a snapshot of the well being ministry’s communication despatched on July 26 to the Delhi authorities, which was addressed to Sisodia, Mandaviya mentioned the Delhi authorities can ship the info by August 13 in order that the well being ministry could make an announcement on the problem in Parliament.
“Right here is the copy of the mail despatched by my ministry to the Delhi authorities on twenty sixth July. It’s not too late but! By August 13 you'll be able to ship the info in order that we will reply the query in Parliament. After reviewing along with your officers, please ship the required information as quickly as doable,” Mandaviya tweeted.
Sisodia had on Tuesday alleged that the Delhi authorities had not acquired any letter from the Centre inquiring about deaths on account of oxygen scarcity through the second Covid wave.