Uttarakhand ex-CM Trivendra Singh Rawat says ‘Coronavirus has right to live’, gets trolled

Uttarakhand ex-CM Trivendra Singh Rawat says ‘Coronavirus has right to live’, gets trolled Trivendra Singh Rawat (Credit: Official account Twitter)

New Delhi: Former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat on Friday (May 14) said that Coronavirus was also like a living organism and had the right to live as human beings. Rawat made this comments to a private channel.

“Seen from a philosophical angle, coronavirus is also a living organism. It has the right to live like the rest of us. But we (humans) think ourselves to be the most intelligent and are out to eliminate it. So it is constantly mutating itself,” said Rawat.

He also said that humans needs to out space the virus to keep.

The comments from Rawat cause hilarious reactions from the Twitter users. One said, “This is why education is important.”

Another user tweeted, “All other problems on this earth have been resolved so come, let’s talk about the living rights of Corona virus!”

Rawat was removed from his post in March 2020 and was replaced by Tirath Singh Rawat.

Meanwhile India on Friday (May 14) reported 3,43,144 new COVID-19 cases as the nation witnessed dropped cases for the second straight day.

According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 4,000 deash were reported in the last 24 hours.

The daily case count has seen almost a decline of 19,000 as compared to Thursday.

With inputs from PTI

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