'Tamasha' of virtual meetings won't solve problems, says BJP MLA to MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Amid rising coronavirus cases in the state, BJP leaders in Madhya Pradesh are unhappy with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's handling of the pandemic. With the second wave of infections devastating parts of the state, BJP MLA Narayan Tripathi wrote a letter to CM Chouhan.
In the letter, the legislator from Satna district, said the 'tamasha' of conducting virtual meetings won't solve the ongoing situation.
He also urged the MP government to impose a month-long lockdown to curb the transmission of the virus. Hospitals across the country, including in Madhya Pradesh, have been struggling to cope with the sharp surge in moderate-severe cases of infection.
Tripathi's letter comes at a time when the state has been reporting more than 12,000 cases each day.