Bengaluru News, “The situation in Karnataka is serious, CM dropped the karnataka people in water” Randeep Singh Surjewala Bangalore News News by Bengaluru News - April 28, 2021April 28, 20210 Bengaluru News, “The situation in Karnataka is serious, CM dropped the karnataka people in water” Randeep Singh Surjewala, The situation is dire in Karnataka. Randeep Singh Surjewala, the AICC general secretary and Congress in-charge in Karnataka, has criticized Yeddyurappa’s government for failing to act on its responsibility and abandoned the people of Bengaluru and the state. The situation is dire in Karnataka. The AICC general secretary and the Congress in charge of Congress in Karnataka have criticized Yeddyurappa’s government for abandoning the people of Bengaluru and the state by slipping out of their responsibilities. Bengaluru, now considered the IT capital of the country, is now one of the most corona infected cities in the country. It accused the BJP government of betraying the people of the state. The Congress party is responsible for the people of the state. Thus, the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee should set up a control room and helpline so that people can have ambulance and other facilities. Ensure that food is supplied to every household suffering from covid restriction Randeep Singh Surjewala advised that oxygen supplementation and remediation, paracetamol and other medications should be available to patients in need. Necessary medical guidance should be provided to the infected persons by the Congress party. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi said that doctors should be provided with PPE kit and sanitizer for people. Wherever the infected do not get to bed, additional mattresses should be provided and oxygen supplied. He requested that all this be started within the next two to three days. The government should demand the government to announce a compensation package for the daily loss of employees, traders and drivers. KPCC presidents and legislative party leaders should speak to the chief ministers in this regard. All people should write to Chief Ministers on vaccine delivery and urge all people to get the vaccine free. That said, these issues should be taken on priority.