If the people do not follow the rules, they will have to carry out strict lockdown as before, warned Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.
Pune: Despite restrictions, crowds can be seen in many places. People should recognize the seriousness of the situation and follow the rules. The matter was brought to the notice of some cabinet colleagues yesterday. Therefore, if the people do not follow the rules, they will have to carry out strict lockdown like last time, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has warned. He was speaking after a Corona review meeting held at the Council Hall in Pune.
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that out of the Rs 4 crore development fund available to all MLAs in the state, it has been decided to spend Rs 1 crore for corona. There are more than three and a half hundred such MLAs. Therefore, Rs 350 crore will be received for the corona, he said. Meanwhile, he said that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had spoken to Reliance chief Mukesh Ambani for oxygen. As a government, we are trying our best.
No matter who is in power, he will not think that the citizens of his state should not get treatment. We are demanding vaccine from the center. Doctors say that not all positive patients need remedicivir injections. At the request of the Central Government, the Central Government stopped the export of Remedicivir injections abroad. We are in discussions with several companies to get Remedicivir injections.
The Election Commission declared the election that campaigning cannot be done sitting at home. Elections are being held in five states today. Ajit Pawar said that we have postponed the elections in the hands of the Maharashtra government. Ajit Pawar said that Kumbh Mela has started there with elections. This government is stable. Ajit Pawar said that he was not shocked as much as the bite of your finger. BJP leader Chandrakant Patil was also present at the meeting.
Trainee doctors should reconsider their decision: Ajit Pawar
The trainee doctors at Sassoon who have decided not to work should reconsider. Collectors and medical officers discuss with them. The Deputy Chief Minister also warned that these doctors should work recognizing the seriousness of the situation, otherwise the government will have to take some decisions.
What are the demands?
Apprentice and resident doctors from Sassoon Government Hospital and BJ Medical College in Pune have decided not to leave the intensive care unit and do other work from this evening.
Although the government has decided to increase the number of beds for Corona patients, the number of skilled manpower and Class IV staff should also be increased, the trainee doctors demanded. Despite repeated requests, the trainee doctor decided not to leave the intensive care unit.
In the same way, Mard, an organization of trainee doctors, has decided not to leave the intensive care unit in Maharashtra from 9 am tomorrow. The number of such trainee doctors in Pune is four and a half hundred.