Covid-19 plays havoc after Eid-ul-Adha celebrations in Kerala : Over 22,000 infected in a day

Hindus will not forget the silence of political parties about the situation in Kerala and their noise during the Kumbha !

Editor’s comments

  • Understand that the so-called anti-Hindu progressives who cried before the ‘Kanwar Yatra that festivals should not be celebrated during the corona pandemic will not utter a single word now !
  • Secularists called Lucknow (Capital of Uttar Pradesh) ‘Laash now’ (‘laash’ means ‘corpse’) during the second wave of the corona pandemic. The same secularists are quiet about the pathetic condition of Communist-ruled Kerala !
  • Hindus will never forget the silence of political parties about the current situation in Kerala. The same politicians had criticised the Haridwar Kumbha Mela as a ‘super spreader’ !

New Delhi (27th July) – Covid-19 has played havoc after the Eid-ul-Adha celebrations across the country, especially in Kerala, as the State has yet again recorded more than 22,000 new Covid-19 cases in just one day, creating a wave of panic.

Kerala now accounts for nearly 53% of the fresh infections in the country. India reported 42,917 new cases, 41,653 recoveries in the last 24 hours, as per the Union Health Ministry.

With Kerala reporting more than 15,000 cases every day on an average over the last two weeks, the total tally of Covid-19 cases now stands at 33,87,716, the second-highest in the country after Maharashtra. More importantly, Kerala has now above 1.45 lakh active cases of the Covid-19, the highest in the country. Maharashtra has the second-highest active cases at around 82,000.

The Muslim-majority in the areas, especially in North Kerala, has reported the maximum number of cases. Malappuram District logged the most positive cases (4,037) in a single day, followed by Thrissur (2,623), Kozhikode (2,397), Ernakulam (2,352), Palakkad (2,115), Kollam (1,914), Kottayam (1,136), Thiruvananthapuram (1,100), Kannur (1,072), Alappuzha (1,064), Kasaragod (813), Wayanad (583), Pathanamthitta (523) and Idukki (400).

As other States have almost brought the fresh infections to a halt, Kerala still has more than 1,45,367 active case

Eid-ul-Adha turns out to be dangerous

Since the onslaught of the Covid-19 in the country last year, Kerala has remained one of the two biggest epicentres of Covid-19 infections in the country, along with Maharashtra. In fact, Kerala remains the worst Covid-19 affected State in the country and continues to be a burden to the country’s efforts in tackling the second wave of the pandemic even as other States have successfully reduced fresh Covid-19 cases.

The Kerala Government had opened up the State for Muslims to celebrate the Eid-ul-Adha, risking the lives of citizens. Due to the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Kerala is now risking another wave of the pandemic as fresh infections have soared since the last two weeks, hitting a peak on 27th July. The Eid events in Kerala have now become the epicentre of Covid-19 infections not just in Kerala but also in its neighbouring States such as Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Social media questions the role of Judiciary

The Supreme Court, which had ruled against conducting Hindu religious events such as Kanwar Yatra in Uttar Pradesh – one of the successful States to handle the Covid-19 pandemic, it did not issue any directive to the Kerala Government.

The Supreme Court did not pass any strict orders banning the celebrations in Kerala even as the State recorded the highest number of cases.

Hindus will not forget the silence of political parties about the situation in Kerala and their noise during the Kumbha !