Morbi, Gujarat: A the entire night tidy up at the common medical clinic in Gujarat’s Morbi in front of Top state leader Narendra Modi’s visit today to meet the overcomers of the huge scaffold breakdown misfortune that left 134 dead has drawn analysis from the Resistance.
The Prime Minister will be in Morbi this morning in the aftermath of the horrifying collapse of the cable suspension bridge across the Machchhu river. Of the 134 people killed, 47 were children. Over a 100 injured are being treated are being treated, many of them at the Morbi Civil hospital.
A couple of walls and portions of the roof were newly painted, and new water coolers were gotten. Bedsheets in the two wards where around 13 of those harmed in the extension misfortune are conceded were quickly changed as well. Numerous individuals were seen clearing the premises late around evening time. In the midst of the gigantic tidy up, old water coolers and harmed walls and roof offered the genuine picture.
The remodel, which is entirely expected in front of visits by top government functionaries, has drawn in analysis. Resistance groups Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have blamed the BJP for being occupied with “occasion the board” to guarantee a “photoshoot” for the State head.
Naming it a “misfortune occasion”, the Congress tweeted from its true handle in Hindi, “Tomorrow, Head of the state Modi will visit the common clinic in Morbi. In front of that, painting is on, sparkly tiles are being laid. All game plans are being made to guarantee that there isn’t anything not right in the Top state leader’s photos. They have no disgrace, such countless individuals have kicked the bucket, and they are busy in event management.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is pushing hard to arise as a central participant in the Gujarat surveys this year, tweeted photos of the remodel. “Scenes at the Morbi Common Emergency clinic. Fix work is on to guarantee there isn’t anything out of order in the State head’s photoshoot tomorrow. Assuming the BJP had worked in the beyond 27 years, there would have been compelling reason need to tidy up the emergency clinic at 12 PM.”