Centre only collects data sent by states: BJP

The BJP, on Wednesday, hit back at criticism made by opposition parties about centerResponded to Rajya Sabha that no death occurred due to lack of oxygen in any state, by delegating data collection to state government.

“The Center has said that health is a state subject, and the Center only collects data submitted by the state government,” BJP spokesman Sambit Patra told intermediaries in Delhi. “None of the states submitted data regarding hypoxia deaths. The Maharashtra The government admitted in court that no deaths took place in the absence of oxygen.”

Ruled by Congress Chhattisgarh He also said that no deaths have been reported during hypoxia. On Wednesday, ET reported that Health Minister Chhattisgarh TS Singh Deo has said that no deaths in the state have occurred due to lack of oxygen.

Patra has accepted Conference leader Rahul Gandhi for tweeting on the subject even though countries ruled by Congress also put out similar data.

In May, the Maharashtra government announced before the Aurangabad bench of Bombay High Court that none of the deaths were due to lack of oxygen. The state submission was brought on May 19 before a detachment bench of the Bombay High Court.

However, in April, up to 24 patients in Nashik . Hospital died from lack of oxygen. Relatives of 7 patients who died at Vasai-Virar Palghar city hospital blamed their deaths on lack of oxygen.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/centre-only-collects-data-sent-by-states-bjp/articleshow/84623136.cms | Centre only collects data sent by states: BJP


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