- Restrictions on local trains will also cause problems for people.
- About 80 per cent of India’s workers are in the unorganized sector.
- There is no place for any bureaucratic decision here.
Prominent heart surgeon Dr. Kunal Sarkar did not take the issue of imposition of restrictions on local trains well.Dr. Kunal Sarkar). This prominent doctor wrote on his Twitter with a picture related to the closure of the local train, no more ..
When asked about this by Digital at this time, he said in his usual manner, Corona needs restrictions. However, some restrictions are very harmful to people. In this case, the ban on local trains will also cause problems for people.
Dr. Sarkar clarified that if the train is stopped in this way, it will actually hurt the private employees, the poor working people. In his words, the work is open. Then it is said that the local train will run till 6 pm. Will the train run with 50 percent passengers? But how do these ordinary middle-class, low-income working people come to work, and how do they get home! About 80 per cent of India’s workers are in the unorganized sector. You have to think about these people. This time, if the government and bureaucrats repeatedly hit the local train with such a decision, then the problems of these people will not end. In this case, we are imposing more restrictions on the economically weaker people. So banning local trains is a meaningless move.
He further spoke about the government’s decision to reduce the number of trains, saying that if the trains were reduced in this way, the infection would increase. People will travel in a train like cows and goats. In this case, it would have been better to increase the train instead of reducing it.
Dr. Sarkar also raised the question as to why the government has not bothered about Corona for so long. In his words, I have seen Burj Khalifa so far, I have organized Christmas. People in Qatar did not follow the Kovid rules. Then the government could be tougher. But now all the restrictions have come down on hawkers, tea wall, shopkeepers, private office workers.
If the infection increased in this way, the government would have to bring a ban? Answering the question, Dr. Sarkar said, of course, restrictions are needed. People don’t have to obey the rules. But that work will be through science-based discussions. There is no place for any bureaucratic decision here.
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Restrictions on local trains are meaningless steps: Dr. Kunal Sarkar