Pune | Chandrakant Patil remains absent for weekly Covid-19 meetings for two years, blames Ajit Pawar

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Pune : deccan expressBJP State president Chandrakant Patil has not attended a single meeting in the past two years, which is being held to review the Coronavirus situation in the city and the district.


Since the outbreak of the corona pandemic in March 2020, Deputy Chief Minister and Guardian Minister of Pune, Ajit Pawar regularly holds meetings every Friday for the last two years.


A review of the situation in urban and rural areas is done against the backdrop of the Corona situation in these meetings. Most of the MLAs and MPs from the city and district attend this meeting to sort out the issues related to their constituencies. Patil’s absence has become a matter of concern as the question arises as to who represented the people of the Kothrud constituency in the meeting.


The issues related to the jumbo hospital, oxygen supply, distribution of Remdesivir injections, private hospitals charging exorbitant bills to Covid-19 patients are on the agenda of these meetings. These are the core issues of the people when the outbreak of the pandemic goes on.


In the meetings, MP Girish Bapat, MLA Madhuri Misal from BJP, and MLAs Dilip Mohite-Patil, Ashok Pawar, and others made many important suggestions for Pune city and the district.


Dilip Walse-Patil has been assigned the dual responsibility as the Minister of Home Affairs for Maharashtra and Guardian Minister of Solapur, yet he makes it a point to be present at the review meetings. In this backdrop, the absence of the Kothrud MLA at the review meeting is currently a topic of hot discussion.


When contacted, Patil said Ajit Pawar takes unilateral decisions. Instead of spending time attending such meetings, it is important as to what can be done for the people in the constituency. If a stand is taken, it is not taken seriously.


One can work for the constituency even without attending these meetings, he added.

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