Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, on Thursday May 20, shared his views and assessment of the COVID-19 situation with legislators and told them that there has been a rapid decline in positive cases detected in the State.
The State government is working round the clock in managing beds, and maintaining regular supply oxygen and medicines in hospitals, the CM told the MLAs.
The Chief Minister said: ” we have succeeded in bringing the COVID situation under control with the help of the people.” He was particularly all praise for the district administration in this regard.
Addressing legislators, the CM said:
“We have been through a dire situation.
There is no need to describe the situation prevailing in hospitals. All of you are aware of it.
I give full credit to the party president and Suhas ji for their untiring efforts.
Also the endless hard work put in by the district administration. Barring a few exceptions, they did not leave a single stone unturned to address the crisis.
All have worked day and night.
The ruling party organisation, rank and file, my Cabinet colleagues – all have worked hard.
And today we have a reached a stage where the COVID situation is under control.
All of you can appreciate. There is progressive decline in number of Positive cases.
Today we had 4952 positive cases.
At one point of time Madhya Pradesh was 6th or 7th at the national level whereas now we rank 17th in terms of positive cases.
So total number of positive cases being detected is now going down.