History tells us that this will end. On a darker note, history also tells us that will not be the last pandemic humanity suffers from.
This article takes an eagle-eye view of the lockdown’s strategy from the "Leela’s" of Lord Krishna.
The whole country wants the two houses decisively address the key issues so that India can come out of the present pandemic, convert the crisis as an opportunity to build strong infrastructure for public health and rejuvenate the economy.
The least a govt and a society can ensure is, the health workers should have a violence-free environment to work as its absence can be detrimental to patients' interests.
Will the policy of endless patience and unwillingness to take any drastic action help tackling the grave pandemic? Or, would it snatch away all the political capital it has built up in the state over several years?
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