Kerala is recording over 30000 new Covid cases per day, accounting for about 70 per cent of new cases in the country.
Amid the rising cases of Covid-19 in Kerala, news agency Reuters published a story on Thursday (August 26) night titled “Kerala's COVID-19 lessons for India and Modi's government” praising ‘Kerala Model’. The Chinese tech giant, Huawei, sponsored the story.
Kerala recorded 31,445 new Covid cases on Wednesday (August 25) and 30,007 new cases on Thursday (August 26).
The Communist government of Kerala, led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, had provided three days of relief from restrictions on the occasion of Bakrid. The Supreme Court had criticised the Kerala government for providing relief during Bakrid.
“The Communist-run Kerala state government in India has been criticised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for its handling of Covid-19. However, a Reuters analysis show the state’s methods have helped catch infections early and reduce the death rate,” posted Reuters on Twitter, with the link of the story.
However, Reuters deleted the tweet later.
“This article by @ReutersIndia is sponsored by Huawei. Grand collaboration between liberals, Indian Commies and Chinese”, posted Dr. Vijay Chauthaiwale, head of Foreign Affairs Department of the BJP, on Twitter.
Reuters, in its story, reported, “Vilified by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party for its high COVID-19 cases, Kerala's apparent poor record may actually hold crucial lessons for the country in containing the outbreak as authorities brace for a possible third wave of infections.”
The Chinese tech giant, Huawei, is banned in many countries for its links with the Chinese Communist Party and allegations of snooping on its customers through its high-tech devices.
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