'Thousands of corpses will be heaped instead of third lockdown', Politics heats up in UK over PM Boris's alleged statement
The British Newspaper Daily Mail has accused UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson of not handling it properly at the beginning of the Corona crisis.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing criticism for his alleged controversial statement these days. Johnson is accused of taking the third lockdown, saying that instead of enforcing the third lockdown, he would allow thousands of corpses to pile up. However, the British PM on Monday rejected the report of the newspaper which accused him of making a statement of heaps of corpses.
In this newspaper report, many allegations have been made on Johnson. In this, allegations have been made on Johnson that he did not deal with it properly in the beginning of the Corona crisis. At the same time, the question has been raised as to who gave the money to decorate the PM's official apartment. The British Newspaper Daily Mail, citing unnamed sources, said in a meeting in Downing Street that Johnson agreed to the second lockdown in October, "there will not be a single lockdown now, let thousands of corpses pile up."
Johnson denied the allegations
When asked about this, Johnson said, "No, but again, I think people want us to do this and as a government make sure that the lockdown works." No comments have been made on this. But the BBC later reported that Johnson made the remark during a heated debate over the lockdown. However, Johnson has been in trouble many times in recent years. At the same time, now his opponents say about this new trouble, it shows how unfit Johnson is for the post of PM.
Opponent attacked Johnson
Opposition Labor Party leader Kier Starmer said he was surprised to see the Daily Mail report. He said that if the PM has said something like this, then he should give clarification on it. Please tell that Johnson implemented the third lockdown in January. However, critics say that senior ministers pressured Johnson to tighten the second lockdown. But they did not do so. Had this been done, there would have been no need for a third lockdown. In Britain, 1,27,681 people have died from Corona, which is the fifth highest in the world.