Amit Shah on the spread of COVID-19 in Delhi.

Amit Shah in an interview with news agency ANI discussed about the prevailing COVID-19 situation in Delhi. He discussed about various serious of steps and multi agency meetings taking place in order to contain the situation.
As per him the remark made by Manish Sisodia that Delhi may cross the 5.5 lakh mark of Coronavirus cases has put a lot of fear amongst the public , unnecessarily.

His response to Coronavirus was , that the government has fought well enough with the virus and under the leadership Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is going to win both the wars. Also, he mentioned that some people have “Vakradrashti” (hostile view) , cause of which they see wrong in every right thing.

Whereas the current situation of COVID-19 cases in Delhi is concerned , there has been no community transmission in the National Capital.

There is coordination amongst all the power holders of Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi , is always taken in loop while taking of any decision. Recently only a coordination meeting was called.
As far as the COVID-19 beds are confirmed , there were 9937 COVID-19 beds as per 14th of June , 2020 , about 30,000 beds will be avaible by 30th of June ,2020 . Also 8,000 beds are made using the coaches

A 250 ICU beds hospital is being set up by DRDO . Meanwhile the ITBP will be running the 10,000 beded Radha Soami Satsang Beas COVID-19 centre.
For the migrants , food and shelters arrangements have been made . Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit had spoken to the Chief Ministers of various states . Arrangements for 2.5 crore migrants were done .
About Rs 11,000 crore were transferred from the National Disaster Relief Fund to the various states to ensure proper facilities of quarantine centres and hospitals.
‘Shramik Special’ trains were also started , which had let 63 lakh migrants travel via 4594 trains. .
Till now about 1.2 crore people have been sent back to their homes.  

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