Over 47.4 lakh deaths due to Corona in India: WHO

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Over 47.4 lakh deaths due to Corona in India: WHO

Rahul Gandhi said - Science doesn't lie, Modi does

Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi, WHO, World Health Organisation, Covid Deaths, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO chief, NITI Aayog, Priyanka Gandhi

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New Delhi , 07 May 2022

The whole world has suffered so much loss of life and property, which may take centuries to recover. WHO has estimated that there have been 47.4 lakh deaths due to corona in India.After this claim by WHO. Rahul Gandhi has taken a dig at PM Modi by tweeting. Rahul wrote- PM Narendra Modi tells lies, science does not. For your information, let us tell you that the official figure of deaths from corona in the country is 5,23,889. But WHO is assuming that more than 47.4 lakh deaths have been caused by Covid in India. WHO estimates that in the last two years, about 15 million people have lost their lives either due to the corona virus or its effects on health. This figure of WHO is more than double the 6 million deaths according to official figures provided by other countries of the world.Most of these deaths have occurred in Southeast Asia, Europe and America. Whereas in India this figure is 47 lakhs. This number is almost 10 times more than the official figures. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called this figure serious. He has said that countries should learn from this. Countries should be motivated to invest more in their capabilities to deal with future health emergencies.The opposition is calling the government a liar and a data hider. At the same time, NITI Aayog says that when India already has the data of deaths due to corona, then why should we follow the model of WHO, where only estimated figures have been released. At the same time, AIIMS director Randeep Guleria has also called the figures given by WHO wrong. He said- This is the right way to record birth and death data in India. In India, through this, all types of death figures are recorded apart from Covid. They cannot be held wrong.

Priyanka Gandhi also surrounded:

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi tweeted- During the Covid tragedy, when crores of people were pleading for oxygen, medicines and hospital beds for their families, at that time the whole emphasis of the government was on the juggling of figures. The countrymen should know what is the truth after all? At the same time, Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh said that the famous journal Lancet had put the death toll from Covid in India at more than 40 lakhs. After this, now the WHO has put the death toll at more than 47 lakhs. One out of every three people who died of Covid in the world was from India. Agencies of the world are saying that India is second in giving false data. The Indian government has let India's head down by this work. We demand that the government should give Rs 4 lakh each to the family of every person who died of Covid.


Tags: Rahul Gandhi , Narendra Modi , WHO , World Health Organisation , Covid Deaths , Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus , WHO chief , NITI Aayog , Priyanka Gandhi



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