Half a dozen leaders in the Thackeray government at the door of CBI in 4 months – BJP leader Kirit Somaiya

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Kalyan-Dombivali dt. April 29:
BJP leader and former MP Kirit Somaiya has made a sensational claim in Kalyan that six bigwigs in the Uddhav Thackeray government are now in a state of panic and will stand at the door of the CBI in the next four months in a Rs 2,000 crore recovery case. Regarding the Kovid situation in Kalyan Dombivali, Somaiya asked Municipal Commissioner Dr. Vijay met Suryavanshi. He later made this claim while criticizing the Uddhav Thackeray government while talking to the media.

The Uddhav Thackeray government is terrified and six ministers in his government are awaiting an invitation from the CBI. Therefore, Somaiya criticized the Uddhav Thackeray government for bringing pressure by removing cases like Paramvir Singh, Rashmi Shukla and Sachin Waze.

Lack of Oxygen and Remedicivir Increases Kovid Death
Kirit Somaiya alleged that the death toll in Kovid had increased in Maharashtra due to insufficient supply of oxygen and remedicvir. Somaiya said Kovid’s death increased after April 12 as hospitals were being supplied with 50 per cent oxygen and 25 per cent remedicivir. He also alleged that private hospitals in Kalyan Dombivali were taking only 50 per cent patients for the same reason.

The central government has allowed the import of Kovid vaccine and the Uddhav Thackeray government should now properly vaccinate it from May 1. Kirit Somaiya also told the media that the leaders of the state government, who have been blaming the central government for the outbreak of vaccines, now have the responsibility to carry out the vaccinations in a proper manner.

Meanwhile, Municipal Commissioner Dr. He said that discussions were held with Vijay Suryavanshi on the overall condition of Kovid in Kalyan Dombivali, beds, oxygen, remedicivir etc. Former MLA Narendra Pawar, BJP city president Premnath Mhatre, BJP’s Gaurav Gujar, Ravindra Chavan and other BJP office bearers were also present on the occasion.