WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY , ME AND YOU OR THE ADMINSTRATION ?

It is every ones duty to introspect and come to the reality. In a large Nation we can't keep blaming each other just because we have 100's of them to bear te brunt.

First wave we said the cause was the Lab from the neigbour.
NOW ?
Shouldn't there be a system to analyse and find out where we went wrong. No one likes to accept mistakes or
misadventures.

Yes the whole country was more interested in shifting the blame to the other 99. The Opposition which is waiting to find holes. Then the confused population which wasn't well and openly informed, the scientific community that was devided between their interests and findings. Finally the Government leaving it to whatever happens.

THE GOVERNMENT HAD COMPLETELY GIVEN UP HOPE ON IMPOSING AND IMPLEMENTING THE COVID 19 PREVENTION PROTOCOLS. THEY COULD HAVE IMPLEMENTED ATLEAST WHEREVER IT ALLOWED CROWDS TO CONGREGATE.

I hope we take Tangible steps at least now to prevent a Caastrophe . more  

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Government can wake up.
The country has all the wherewithal to contain the virus where it is and put a stop to further spread.
Why the leaders are not moving ahead with logic, science, proven strategies to both restrain and to permit, and so on, is well known only to the concerned leaders.
Do they require a "Dabang" or a "Mahabali" or a "Mr. India" or any of the likes to bring the correct action in administering a total control?

It can be done.

When notebandi was successfully done, when the thali-beating could be successfully implemented and get a global "wow" for India and Hon'able PM Mr. Modi, do we think that it is not possible for the National and State administrative machinery to bring about a stop to its further penetration and to not to let Nature and biological processes to find a balance to it all???

Why the leadership is not doing the obvious is the question to be asked and answered.

If at all those of us in these "Local Circles", and especially in this current "Unite to fight Coronavirus" Local Circle wish to contribute to, or to force a solution, we must Unite to move the Government(s) at the Centre and States and Union Territories to wake up and do whatever has to be done.

Like in the Ramayana Shri Hanuman ji had to be brought out from His forgotten might spell, and to face the fact that He truly is the Sankat Mochan, the Government(s) and Hon'able PM, Mr. Modi have to be woken up to the reality that faces the Country, and Mankind...

Let us really Unite - "Unite to fight Coronavirus "...

Otherwise... there is no otherwise!!!!! more  
What Mr. OG say is true .It is not the Board Roome meetings who haven't realized that the first and most important responsibility is to Controll the Crowds, supervise strictly on observance of covid prevention norms.

WE CAN'TLEAVE THIS TO THE VERY PEOPLE WHO ARE FLOUTING AND KEEP ON BLAMING THEM.

One state was involving the college students who were free during this time of Institution lock downs on Covid 19 duty.
It was good they visiting us every day checking ur temperature and enquiring about us. It was so nice that some of us involved them in conversation and felt quite relieved of the situation during peak period in 2020. more  
If each one of us take our responsibilities seriously and try to influence our neighbours to do their bit (tough call no doubt) situation might improve. As for blaming others - if the govt and the leaders do not act responsibly it needs to be pointed out. No one is a above the law, in this case responsibility for one's action. Can't expect the common man to act responsibly when leaders don't. more  
Government is definitely responsible for super spreader this time by allowing mass gatherings in UP, Uttrakhand and Bengal. They could have taken a lesson from Maharashtra. As a responsible citizen of the country, we know to avoid crowded areas but why there still no ban on elections and religious activities which has proven the super spreader now. Is UP Gram Panchayat election so important that it can't be postponed (they are scheduled on 19th April). It is insane to believe that social distancing and other norms will be adhered in such events. more  
Aim should be not to find someone to put the blame on; we're all wise after the event.

Aim should be to brainstorm collectively and look for concrete solutions !! more  
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