Amid the second wave of coronavirus in India, the number of cases has been rising rapidly. Meanwhile, Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh expressed concerns over the current situation of the pandemic.
Harbhajan Singh, on the second wave of coronavirus in India, took to Twitter and wrote: "Everything coming to an END... we are clueless... No one is to guide don’t see any light. It’s getting dark... people are dying.. someone care? NO."
In another tweet, he wrote: "Stay safe my people .. God please save everyone ??? #Corona"
Meanwhile, there are several people who have been asking questions over the handling of the COVID-19 situation from the government.
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On Friday, India broke all records as the nation recorded around 2.17 lakh new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours.
A Twitter user wrote: "Prayers for everyone. We don’t know when our near and dear ones will be in trouble. I have never been so depressed. Never thought will see such days. Very scared. A phone call in odd times and my heart skips a beat. We are in bad shape. God save us."
Another person referred to the Amit Shah and PM Narendra Modi's rallies and wrote: "Is there no responsibility of VIPs to act as responsible citizens in this time of epidemic? Why are there different laws for the general public and VIPs in our country?"
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