'Where has Mamata gone?' asks BJP as Bengal battles Covid-19

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KOLKATA: The opposition BJP in West Bengal took photographs at chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday, alleging she has "gone into hiding" whilst her ministers are shouting hoarse in charge the Centre on issues referring to Covid-19 outbreak.
BJP national basic secretary Rahul Sinha alleged Chief Secretary Rajiva Sinha was also not seen in public even because the state was battling the unprecedented state of affairs.
BJP's state president Dilip Ghosh claimed that the chief minister has "gone into hiding" whilst her ministers are shouting themselves hoarse responsible the central government over several points referring to the Covid-19 state of affairs and the plight of migrant staff of the state caught in different elements of the country.
He added that the railway ministry has organized eight particular trains for bringing back individuals of Bengal stranded in other states.
"Amid the coronavirus crisis within the state, the place have the chief minister and the chief secretary gone? There isn't any communication or statement from either of them in this state of affairs," Sinha alleged.
He stated the chief minister and the chief secretary ought to take a agency grip over the federal government within the present disaster whereby lots of of people have contracted the illness within the state and lots of have succumbed to the contagion.
West Bengal has 1,786 confirmed instances of coronavirus, with the demise toll nearing 100, House Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay stated on Saturday.

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