PM Modi Morbi Visit: The opposition has raised serious questions before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Morbi today (November 1). PM Modi will meet the victims of the cable bridge accident at Morbi Civil Hospital. Earlier such pictures have come to the fore, in which the hospital is being brightened before the arrival of PM Modi.
Congress leader Supriya Shrinet shared pictures on Twitter on Monday (October 31) raising questions on PM Modi’s visit. Many other leaders have also retweeted his tweet. Supriya Shrinet wrote in the tweet, “PM Modi will go to the Civil Hospital in Morbi tomorrow, for that, the hospital is being painted on a war footing. In a hospital with gleaming walls and newly tiled, the injured might feel better, it is to be hoped. About 200 people are reported to have died in the Morbi tragedy.
PM Modi will visit Morbi’s Civil Hospital tomorrow – for him, the hospital is being painted on a war footing.
In a hospital with gleaming walls and new tiles, the injured might feel better – there’s hope
— Supriya Shrinate (@SupriyaShrinate) October 31, 2022
Retweeting this, Congress leader Pawan Khera wrote, “Prime Minister, what has happened to you? Even the whole dead bodies have not been found, today in many houses even the stove is not lit and you are feeling the spectacle here too?
Aam Aadmi Party MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj tweeted, “If someone dies in the house, does the dyeing get done? There are 134 dead bodies lying inside the hospital and the work of painting the hospital is going on.” Retweeting Bhardwaj’s tweet, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia wrote, “In 27 years BJP did not do any work in government hospitals. Today, during the visit of the Prime Minister, the country should not see the truth of the hospitals of Gujarat, the truth of the failure of the BJP for 27 years, so among the dead bodies, even in the atmosphere of mourning, paint is being done. All this is very shameful.”