Social Media users have come after Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan for his arrogant reply to Ex-PM Manmohan Singh’s letter to PM Narendra Modi. People slammed Harsh Vardhan, blaming that government can’t accept criticism and neglect even healthy advice.
A social media user tweeted, “Very few things have enraged me more than Harsh Vardhan’s arrogant, disgusting letter today. Not only can this government not accept criticism, their fragile ego gets upset even at healthy advice. They have unleashed a mass mortality event upon us and are almost enjoying our pain.”
The Indian government is facing a drastic failure in handling the second wave of coronavirus. Following the current situation, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing five measures to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.
Answering the letter, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan blamed the congress ruled states for the increasing number of cases and said these states are becoming ‘big contributors’ in the second wave of coronavirus. “History shall be kinder to you Dr. Manmohan Singh Ji if your offer of constructive cooperation and valuable advice was followed by your INCIndia leaders as well in such extraordinary times!” he tweeted.
In the letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leader Manmohan Singh wrote, “the key to our fight against covid19 must be ramping up the vaccination effort. We must resist the temptation to look at the absolute numbers being vaccinated, and focus instead on the percentage of the population vaccinated.”
Slamming Harsh Vardhan for his arrogant reply, netizens once again have taken charge to criticize him. One of the social media users wrote, “Dear Dr. Harsh Vardhan: when Dr. Manmohan Singh seeks a response from you, he will write to you. He wrote to PM Modi. It is best to stay out of this adult conversation. Your childish rant is embarrassing.”
Meanwhile, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has tested positive for Covid 19. Following mild symptoms and fever, he was admitted to AIIMS.