'We don't have rivers to throw dead bodies' Mumbai Mayor retaliates for hiding death figures from Corona
Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar claimed on Thursday that the death figures from Corona in Mumbai are not being hidden. Mayor Kishori Pednekar also surrounded the BJP over the bodies floating in the river in BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Pednekar said that “we do not have rivers to throw the dead bodies.
Maharashtra is the most affected state by the corona epidemic. But now with the decline in daily cases here, there is a steady improvement in the Kovid-19 situation. At the same time, BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis had accused the civic body and the Maharashtra government of falsifying the death rate figures a few days ago. The havoc of the second wave of Corona is gradually decreasing. For the last few days, the number of corona infected is continuously decreasing. But the danger remains. Meanwhile, a research has come to the fore regarding the risk of corona infection in the country.
people of mumbai are most at risk of corona infection
In the research, Delhi has been described as the most dangerous city for corona infection while Mumbai is at number two. At the same time, Pune city of Maharashtra is at number ten. That is, living in these cities is the biggest fear of getting corona. This research has been done by the Indian Institute of Science Education and Revision, Pune. In this research, it was found that the people living in Delhi are most at risk of getting corona. Mumbai is at number two after Delhi. On Wednesday, 788 new corona cases were reported in Mumbai and 27 people lost their lives.