A State of Chaos

A State of Chaos

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Since India’s furious second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic broke in mid-April, with daily cases soon crossing 300,000 and deaths in such numbers that cremation and burial grounds became overwhelmed, citizens have been running from pillar to post for help. During the initial days the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were missing in action. Instead of being in closed-door meetings with his ministers to address the situation on a war footing, Modi was crisscrossing the country campaigning for various state elections and addressing huge rallies.

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