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Brinda Karat asks Yogi to learn from Kerala how to run hospitals

Last Modified Thursday, 5 October 2017 (11:35 IST)
New Delhi: CPI (M) Politburo member on Wednesday took a potshot at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister saying his visit in Kerala will help the people of UP as he would see how the hospitals are functioning. She was responding to the mediapersons questions on Mr Adityanath’s visit in Kerala to attend the Janaraksha yatra orgainsed by Kerala BJP Unit. Ms Karat said, let Mr Adityanath go around and see the hospitals in Kerala and it would help the children of Gorakhpur, who are dying under his regime. She further said the people of Kerala will show the development in the state and it will help Mr Adityanath to do the same for the people of UP.
 

Mr Adityanath has joined the yatra on the second day, which the BJP president Amit Shah has flagged off Tuesday, accused the CPI(M) led government in Kerala is indulging the violence against its cadres. He said the Yatra is a mirror for the communist governments in Kerala, West and and demanded that they put an end political killing. Mr Adityanath further said there was no place for violence in a democracy and alleged that the political killings are continuing in Kerala. Earlier the CPI(M) also responded to Mr Adityanath’s visit in Kerala and said CM Adityanath should visit Kerala hospitals to learn how to run the hospitals effectively. (UNI)
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