BJP supporters slammed Modi for showing indifference on the Corona issue
New Delhi: India’s ruling party is turning into a graveyard due to the foolish decisions of the Bharatiya Janata Party and Modi, the Kumbh Mela and the BJP’s scattering of Corona SOPs in the elections, the Indian people. Suffering so far.
According to Al Jazeera, the increase in the death toll of the corona virus due to Narendra Modi has made even the loyal workers and sympathizers of the Bharatiya Janata Party hate Modi. Due to Pramodi’s indifference to Corona’s case, his supporters are taking him by surprise, saying they will never vote for Modi again.
Proponents of Modi say that the Indian Prime Minister has not formulated an effective strategy in view of the Corona epidemic which has resulted in the deaths of more than 300,000 Indians so far. Just last month, Amit Jaswal, a longtime BJP and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Singh (RSS) activist, died in a small village in Uttar Pradesh. He died just ten days after Corona tested positive. His family kept asking for help from Modi and ruling party officials but they were not given any medical help.
After the demise of Amit Jaswal, his family has put up a poster on their car saying, “We will never forgive Modi’s indifference.” Not only that, but also because of Modi’s policies in BJP and Modi’s workers and supporters in Corona. They are saddened and angry over the loss of life. And they have started publicly criticizing Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Social media including Twitter and Facebook are full of anti-Modi and anti-BJP posts while anti-Modi hashtags #ResignModi #ModiFailsIndia # and ModiAgainstNation are trending on Twitter. And the Modi government is cracking down on social media companies to allay its fears.
It may be recalled that in February and March this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) had issued a warning about the new wave of Corona in India, but the Modi government, despite all precautionary measures, campaigned vigorously in five states. Kumbh also allowed the festival, the consequences of which the Indian people are still paying the price of their lives.