Jasmin Bhasin says my father had trouble finding a hospital bed from his mother during Covid-19 surgery: ‘Who do we blame?’

Jasmin Bhasin wrote on Twitter that her father was also rushing to get medical help from her mother.

Jasmin Bhasin said she was ‘heartbroken’ looking at people who lost loved ones during the coronavirus epidemic.
Former Bigg Boss contestant and actress Jasmin Bhasin is “disappointed and sad” watching India’s deteriorating health infrastructure during the Covid-19 epidemic. Currently, India is facing a second wave of coronavirus.

Commenting on the nationwide panic, Jasmin Bhasin wrote on Twitter: “People are dying every day, people on the streets trying to get beds and oxygen. My mother was in a similar situation two days back when finding a bed was a chore. My old father was rushing to get medical attention, and many were facing the same situation. ”

In another tweet, Jasmin asked, “People are losing loved ones, family. Who are we to blame? Has our system failed? ”On Saturday, 392,488 new cases of coronavirus infection were detected in India, with about 9,500 less than the previous day’s figure of 401,993.

In early April, India reported less than one case a day. This has increased to about 4 cases a day, with the daily number increasing daily.

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Jasmin’s tweet comes just days after she posted a funny video on Instagram to cheer her fans up about these bad times. In this video, the actor is seen singing the song “Tutak Tutak Tutiya”.

Sharing on Instagram, Jasmin wrote, “This hat obviously doesn’t show you my dancing skills, an attempt to add a little fun and excitement to everyone’s day with my funny dances. Let’s not lose hope, ummeed poor poor kayam hai and we will fight to overcome this virus. ”


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