BJP cites Delhi, Maha affidavits, says oppn playing politics on Oxygen | India News

NEW DELHI: Citing affidavits filed in high courts by Delhi and Maharashtra governments, BJP on Wednesday criticised Congress member Rahul Gandhi and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal for attacking the Centre for stating that no deaths had been caused due to lack of oxygen, when their governments had specifically denied the same in court. Sambit Patra, BJP spokesperson, emphasised that public health is a state subject and that the reply was based on reports provided by state governments and UTs. He accused Congress and AAP of indulging in petty politics and double standards.
He said AAP made a big issue of 21 deaths in Jaipur Golden Hospital in April, attributing them to oxygen shortage. However, in an affidavit filed in court, the Kejriwal government cited the report of a committee of experts to deny lack of oxygen as being the cause of death. He said the Maharashtra government filed an affidavit before Bombay HC to deny reports that people had died due to oxygen shortage during the second wave of Covid.

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