Delhi government is doing politics over coronavirus, says Prakash Javadekar
By Kunika Chaudhary
Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar remarked Delhi Government and added that where on one hand Delhi’s CM wants to open metro services claiming that coronavirus is in control on other hand his deputy chief minister doesn’t want NEET and JEE to happen.
Everything is in chaos due to the coronavirus outbreak which came into light in the month of March. Now the controversy is happening over the exams of the final year, NEET, and JEE appearing students. Everyone is very concerned about the health of the students who will appear for the exam during this global pandemic. Currently, Delhi is having 170,000 Corona cases and the recovery rate of Delhi is about 89% as per the previously announced data. After the increase in the recovery rate, the Delhi Government wishes to open Delhi metro with the major precautions. At this our Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar decide to present his view. He said that the Delhi government is doing politics over this Coronavirus where on one side they want to open Delhi metro services claiming coronavirus is under control where on other hand they are opposing the idea of conducting exams during this pandemic.
Everyone witnessed the blame game happening between state and central government. As per about JEE and NEET exams decision is still in the Supreme court for reviewing and for exams of final students Supreme court released the decision in favour of the central government. Prakash Javadekar supported the Supreme court’s decision with a tweet. We are still waiting for the decision on JEE and NEET exams.