Exporting vaccines was a blunder

While exporting the vaccines instead of protecting the citizens from the next wave was the first mistake, the next unacceptable blunder was the act of the central government exporting 9,300 Metric Tonne of oxygen to countries including Bangladesh.

The fatal flaw of our generation is reflected in the tears of the citizens whose lives are at stake due to the lack of vaccines and oxygen in hospitals across the country. Who is accountable for importing vaccines and oxygen for high prices?

The second wave is spreading at a rapid pace when compared to the first. Starting from doctors to social activists, everyone unanimously says that the reason for such a devastating state of the country is nothing but the administrative failure of the governments and their indifference.

Questions arise from various aspects regarding the indifference shown by the government by allowing lakhs of devotees to ruthlessly gather for the Kumbh Mela.

During the second wave, the only possible solution put forth is the vaccine. Vaccination is inevitable and it cannot be denied. At the same time, it is noteworthy that our traditional Siddha medicines including ‘Kabasura Kudineer’ played a major role for Tamil Nadu to successfully overcome the first wave when compared with other states Why not the government take necessary actions on war footing to combat the second wave in a similar way by encouraging our traditional medical practices

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