Sharing a snapshot of the well being ministry’s communication despatched on July 26 to the Delhi authorities, which was addressed to Sisodia, Mandaviya stated the Delhi authorities can ship the info by August 13 in order that the well being ministry could make a press release on the problem in Parliament.
“Right here is the copy of the mail despatched by my ministry to the Delhi authorities on twenty sixth July. It’s not too late but! By August 13 you’ll be able to ship the info in order that we are able to reply the query in Parliament. After reviewing together with your officers, please ship the required information as quickly as attainable,” Mandaviya tweeted.
Sisodia had on Tuesday alleged that the Delhi authorities had not obtained any letter from the Centre inquiring about deaths on account of oxygen scarcity in the course of the second Covid wave. On the identical day, the central authorities at a press briefing had stated that just one state has until now reported “suspected” deaths on account of oxygen scarcity in the course of the second wave after the Centre sought the info from them on such fatalities following the elevating of the problem in Parliament.
Didn’t get sufficient time to ship reply, says Sisodia
Responding to Union well being minister Mansukh Mandaviya’s tweet that his ministry had despatched a mail to Delhi authorities on July 26, asking for particulars of deaths prompted on account of lack of oxygen, medicines or medical tools, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia stated not sufficient time was supplied to ship the reply.
“The Centre gave time until 12 midday of subsequent day to file the info, a mere 12-14-hour timeframe. It was by no means talked about that the info will be submitted by August 13. If there’s any such letter, it have to be proven by the Centre,” Sisodia stated. “In any case, Delhi authorities will quickly submit a report back to the Centre on the problem of deaths on account of oxygen scarcity in Delhi,” he added.
Sisodia had alleged on Tuesday that the Centre hadn’t requested Delhi authorities whether or not there had been any dying on account of lack of oxygen.