CM – BJP MLA files complaint against NCP’s Nawab Malik for « false » testimony


Published: April 19, 2021 3:50 PM |

Last updated: April 19, 2021 3:50 pm

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MUMBAI: The MLA Atul Bhatkhalkar of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) filed a complaint on Monday against the Minister of Maharashtra and the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Nawab Malik, for alleging he was spread panic through false information.

In a letter, the member of the legislative assembly from Kandivali East said that Minister Nawab Malik made a statement in the media two days ago that the central government would make remdesivir injections companies threaten not to deliver the injection doses to the state or their license would be canceled.

« It is nothing more than a statement that affects national integration, as the same gap arises between the central government and the state government and mischief among the public causing panic and hatred in classes of people, « said Bhatkhalkar.

He added that because of this, the crowd increased in number courtyards and contributed to the already tense situation in Maharashtra.

Malik claimed on April 17th that the center was blocking supplies of remdesivir drugs to the state. He also questioned the centre’s oxygen distribution to states in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a tweet, NCP leader asked union minister Piyush Goyal to correct the record and asked, how much oxygen was given to Maharashtra.

« Mr. @PiyushGoyal ji Please clarify some facts for us: How many tons of oxygen are produced in our country and how much oxygen has the central government given to Maharashtra? The ones you specified Details will remove all doubts and set the record straight. « Malik tweeted.

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