Despite the Covid-19 curbs, hundreds of Bharatiya Kisan Union activists headed for Delhi’s Tikri border via Khanauri on Wednesday

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New Delhi: Amidst growing corona in the country, pictures from Punjab are extremely shocking, people are being advised to stay in their homes. But the movement GV, which travelled from Patiala in Punjab to the Delhi border, is making a mockery of it. Those travelling towards the Delhi border are neither following social distancing nor do they see a mask on their faces. On the one hand, Corona has created an outcry in the country, thousands of people are kneeling in front of this virus of death every day. People are being advised not to leave home unnecessarily. But it does not matter to the agitator. They have to shine their politics through the movement. These pictures mocking the Corona rules are from Patiala in Punjab. Where 20 thousand agitators are marching from Patiala towards Delhi, against the agricultural law. In the guise of the agitators, these are the selfish people who in their selfishness have made full preparations to burn the whole of Delhi in the fire like Corona.

The whole country is traversing from Corona. The hospital has neither beds nor oxygen. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has already informed the Center about the deteriorating situation. In such a situation, Corona is directly feasting on such a large number of agitators reaching Delhi.

The capital is already troubled by Corona’s growing patient, uproarious breath and lack of oxygen. From above, a large number of agitators are travelling to Delhi through different routes. There is neither a mask on their face nor they are following social distancing. Which are directly pointing to the Corona explosion.

Amid the growing outbreak of Corona in the country, agitators have blocked the highway. Due to this, there is a problem with the oxygen supply. Inox Air has written a letter to the Central Government regarding this. The letter also mentioned the incident of April 19 when 235 patients lost their lives. Balaji Hospital in Paschim Vihar was about to run out of oxygen, but the NH24 at Ghazipur on the Delhi-UP border was occupied by farmers, causing a delay of 2 hours in supply. Overall, the growing carelessness about the corona is messing up the lives of the people, if not.


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