- Rahul started a series of discussions with the experts about Corona and its impact in April.
- Talked with 10 experts in economy and health sector in 2 months
Jul 01, 2020, 10:02 AM IST
new Delhi. In the series of discussion on Corona, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has talked to 4 nurses. They have 2 mail and 2 female. All are Indians, but 3 of them are working in Australia, New Zealand and the UK. The video of the discussion has been shared by Rahul on his social media accounts.
Rahul has spoken to the four nurses on the corona crisis and ways to deal with it. Today was chosen to share its video because it is National Doctors Day.
Rahul discussed with 10 experts in 2 months
Rahul is discussing with experts from India and abroad about its impact on the corona and economy. He started the series on 30 April with talks with former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan. The last discussion was with former US diplomat Nicholas Burns on 12 June.
April 30: There was a discussion with former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan. Rajan had said that 65 thousand crore rupees need to be spent to help the poor.
May 5: Talks with Nobel laureate Abhijeet Banerjee. Banerjee said that given the economic impact of Corona, a large economic package is needed.
27 May: Rahul had a discussion with Ashish Jha, a professor at Harvard University and Johann Gisek, a professor at the Carolinska Institute, Sweden. Professor Jha had said that the corona vaccine is expected by next year. Professor Johan said that there should be a soft lockdown in India. If the lockdown hardens then the economy will quickly ruin.
June 4: Talked to Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto. Bajaj had said that the transition from lockdown in the country did not stop but the economy stagnated.
June 12: Discussions with former US diplomat Nicholas Burns. Burns said that if there is an epidemic in the future, then both America and India together can do a lot for the poor. Even in the Corona crisis, India, the United States and China had the opportunity to work together.
1 July: Discussion with 4 Indian nurses working in India and abroad.