Kejriwal thanks Shah for helping Delhi in fight against COVID-19

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New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday thanked Union Home Minister Amit Shah for helping the Delhi government and the people of the city in their fight against Novel Coronavirus.
Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, the CM posted, ‘The Indian army, doctors, social institutions, central government and Delhi government – all are working unitedly for Delhi. I am sure we all will fight together against Corona. Thank you for helping the Delhi government and the people of Delhi in these difficult circumstances.’
Mr Kejriwal’s tweet came soon after Mr Shah tweeted him. The CM had written to the Union Home Minister, inviting him to inspect the 10,000-bedded COVID-19 care centre at Radha Soami Satsang Beas campus in Chhattarpur.
Mr Kejriwal had also requested for deployment of doctors and nurses from ITBP and Army at the Centre.
‘Dear Kejriwal ji, It has already been decided in our meeting 3 days back and MHA has assigned the work of operating the 10,000 bed COVID Care Centre at Radha Swami Beas in Delhi to ITBP. The work is in full swing and a large part of the facility will be operational by 26th Jun,’ Mr Shah had tweeted.
The Radha Soami Satsang Beas center has been temporarily been converted into the world’s largest COVID care facility with 10,000 beds, to help the city deal with the surging COVID cases. Patients with mild symptoms or asymptomatic patients will be admitted here.