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Rajiv Bajaj said we followed Western countries on Coronavirus, the virus did not stop and the economy collapsed


Lockdown draconian, economy decimated, says Rajiv Bajaj to Rahul Gandhi

new Delhi. Eminent industrialist Rajiv Bajaj said on Thursday that in the context of dealing with the Corona crisis, India looked to Western countries and tried to impose a tough lockdown, which neither halted the spread of the infection, but the ruined economy. In a conversation with former Congress president Rahul Gandhi through video conference, Bajaj also said that many important people are afraid to speak and in such a situation we need to improve some things in India to be tolerant and sensitive. is.

On the question related to the lockdown, he said that unfortunately we looked west especially to the far west and did not look east. He said that we tried to implement a tough lockdown which had flaws. So, I think we were ultimately hurt from both sides. The virus will remain present after such a lockdown. You could not deal with the problem of this virus, but the economy was destroyed with it.

Bajaj said that I think the first problem is to get fear out of people's minds. There should be a clear discussion about this. He said that I think people listen to the Prime Minister. In such a situation, now the Prime Minister needs to say that we are moving forward, everyone is in control and do not be afraid of infection. On the economic package announced by the government, Bajaj said that two-thirds of the governments that have been given in many countries of the world have gone into the hands of the people. But in our hands only 10 percent has gone.

This post was published on June 4, 2020 12:14 pm

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