New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal demanded that all doctors and nurses of India fighting against the corona epidemic should get the Bharat Ratna this year. CM Kejriwal has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Chief Minister said that the whole country would be happy with this. He said that those who serve the people without worrying about their lives and families will get this honor. This will be a true tribute to the ‘martyr’ doctors. Let us tell you that Bharat Ratna is the highest civilian honor of the country.
CM Kejriwal tweeted, “This year the “Indian doctor” should get the Bharat Ratna. “Indian Doctor” means all doctors, nurses and paramedics. This will be a true tribute to the martyred doctors. This will be the honor of those who serve without worrying about their life and family. The whole country will be happy with this.”
This year “Indian Doctor” should get Bharat Ratna. “Indian Doctor” means all doctors, nurses and paramedics
This will be a true tribute to the martyred doctors. This will be the honor of those who serve without worrying about their life and family.
The whole country will be happy with this
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) July 4, 2021
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that the doctors, nurses and paramedical staff of the country have saved the lives of people by playing on their lives, they should definitely get respect.
730 doctors died in the second wave of Corona
According to data provided by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) in mid-June, a total of 730 doctors have lost their lives during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Bihar has the highest number of deaths of 115 doctors due to Kovid-19 while 109 in Delhi, 79 in Uttar Pradesh, 62 in West Bengal, 43 in Rajasthan, 39 in Jharkhand and 38 doctors in Andhra Pradesh have lost their lives due to the epidemic. According to the IM, 748 doctors died during the first wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic in the country.
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