Amritsar April 5, 2020: After the tragic death of Padam Shri Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa, the Congress government in Punjab has no medical gears to deal with the Covid-19. There is no doubt that the entire world is facing the outbreak of Virus, in such circumstances it is a matter of great concern if governments are reckless in providing health services during the crises of pandemic.

In a press release issued here from party headquarters, SAD (Taksali) president and former MP Ranjit Singh Brahmpura on Sunday reprimanded Punjab Chief Minister Capt.Amarinder Singh for alleged negligence during the treatment of Padam Shri Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa who was infected with the Covid-19.

"After the audio conversation of Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa's went viral, the arrangements of the health department of Punjab Congress government has been poorly revealed publicly which shows that the Punjab Congress government does not have the knowledge to provide proper medical treatment to patients suffering from Covid-19 which is a matter of great concern," SAD (Taksali) President Brahmpura blamed to punjab congress government.

"Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh should conduct a high level inquiry into the death of Padam Shri Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa be made during the treatment, in which the Punjab public can be made clear about what negligence occurred during the treatment. Since an audio tape, talking to family members of Bhai Sahib has gone viral these days, it raises questions about the health services of the Punjab Congress government," Brahmpura demanded.

The Punjab Congress government should give its clarification so that the justice of Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa's death may be passed on to his family members. Moreover, it was very unfortunate to see Bhai Sahib's deceased body disgraced at the funeral procession, for which the government and the administrative authorities are directly responsible," Brahmpura alleged.

Brahmpura expressed his sympathies with the family members of Padam Shri Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa during this time of distress.

Brahmpura has humbly begged the people of Punjab that we should not get out of our homes to prevent the outbreak of Covid-19, so that it can continue to put an end to this pandemic.