Bengal BJP demands postponement of civic body polls, says – Corona situation is critical – Bengal BJP demands postponement of civic body polls scheduled for Jan 22 NTC

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  • On January 6, more than 15 thousand cases were reported in Bengal.
  • Positivity rate reaches 25 percent in West Bengal

West Bengal BJP has demanded postponement of civic polls to be held on 22 January. Bengal BJP says that the situation of Corona is bad everywhere. The government should save the lives of the people first. The BJP has demanded to postpone the elections for a month. Let us tell you that recently the elections of Kolkata Municipal Corporation were held. Bidhannagar, Siliguri, Asansol and Chandranagar Municipal Corporation elections are to be held on 22 January.

West Bengal BJP spokesperson Samik Bhattacharya said that in view of the way the infection is spreading, especially the number of corona patients that came on Thursday, the Bengal BJP demands that the civic elections be postponed for at least a month. be given.

Let us inform that on January 6, 15 thousand 421 new cases of corona were reported in West Bengal, while 19 corona patients also died. In West Bengal, the positivity rate of Corona has reached about 25 percent. This rate of infection is more than Mumbai and Delhi.

Mamta didi’s initiative for corona patients

On the other hand, a unique initiative has been started by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Actually, she is delivering fruit baskets to Corona patients in the state. It is written on this basket – Get well soon – Mamta Banerjee. At present, 10,000 such fruit baskets have been made and the work of sending them has been started in the entire city of Kolkata. The councilors have been given the responsibility of carrying the fruit basket with the Get Well Soon message. Councilors are giving fruit baskets from house to house of Corona victims. Where there is more infection, family members are being called by placing baskets of fruits outside the building or house.

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Let us inform that in view of the increasing cases of Corona and Omicron this week, the Chief Secretary of West Bengal has announced restrictions. In such a situation, all the markets will be sanitized. The Chief Secretary said that we appeal to all the Chambers and Market Committee to sanitize the markets. There is no need to panic. Although the cases of Kovid are increasing but we are preparing for it. Where there are more than 5 cases, a micro containment zone will be created. The total bed occupancy in Bengal is 1.5 percent, so there is no need to panic.

Even a prediction can prove to be very dangerous for West Bengal. Some experts believe that 30 to 35 thousand cases can also be reported in a day in Bengal. Now this prediction has been made in view of the rapidly increasing cases. In such a situation, the government has become very cautious.

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