Order an inquiry into mishandling of Covid scenario by the Telangana govt, says Congress MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy | Hyderabad Information


HYDERABAD: Komatireddy Venkat Reddy of the Congress on Monday raised the difficulty of Covid-19 scenario in Telangana and urged the central authorities to represent a particular investigation workforce and a judicial inquiry committee to look into the TRS authorities’s alleged mishandling of the Covid-19 scenario.
Komatireddy Venkat Reddy who’s the MP from Bhuvanagiri constituency raised the difficulty below Rule 377 of the Guidelines and Process and Conduct of Enterprise in Lok Sabha. The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs takes follow-up motion on issues raised below Rule 377 in Lok Sabha.
A qualitative audit of the federal government’s motion must be completed. The individuals of Telangana needs to be knowledgeable concerning the precise variety of Covid-19 circumstances and its associated deaths.
In his representations submitted within the Lok Sabha, the Congress MP sought to convey to the discover of the Speaker that the Telangana Excessive Court docket has on a number of events expressed dismay at KCR-led TRS authorities’s dealing with of Coronavirus scenario together with the variety of Covid-19 assessments being far much less in comparison with different states, not revealing the precise variety of optimistic circumstances and Covid-19 associated deaths.
The Union well being secretary and cupboard secretary, other than the excessive courtroom, needed to intervene a number of instances asking it to boost the assessments.
The apathy on the a part of the federal government was a lot that In July, the Excessive Court docket took a critical view of the federal government not following its orders. “There is no such thing as a respect for courtroom orders. It seems that they’re falling on deaf ears. The individuals are left to their destiny,” the courtroom had stated.
No motion has been taken towards 38 personal hospitals in Telangana which have been issued notices by the state authorities for charging exorbitant for therapy of Covid-19 sufferers in violation of presidency orders, he added.

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