Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Devendra Fadnavis on Friday at the inauguration of the Kovid-19 Hospital in Baner area of Pune. A big political drama was seen in Maharashtra on November 23 last year when Fadnavis was sworn in as Chief Minister and Pawar as Deputy Chief Minister in a hurry. After the BJP broke up with the Shiv Sena, NCP leader Pawar had suddenly sworn in as the Deputy Chief Minister with the BJP, but due to lack of strength, that government could run only for 80 hours.
On Friday, Pawar and Fadnavis were seen standing near each other to address the meeting in Baner. However, they both spoke separately to each other about the situation arising out of the corona virus in the state. Patron Minister of Pune district Pawar said that 2,200 more beds have been arranged in hospitals in the last few days for the treatment of corona virus patients in this city and neighboring Pimpri-Chinchwad.
Earlier this week in Pune, the third phase of the “Oxford Vaccine” trial on the human body has started, pointing to which Pawar expressed confidence that a better picture of the state and the country will be revealed soon.
On the other hand, Fadnavis said that on an average 15,000 new cases of Kovid-19 are coming out in Maharashtra every day. He said, “The main concern is that the rate of infection is still between 19 and 19.5 percent. According to ICMR it should be five percent. It should not exceed 10 percent even in places with high infection rates. ”
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