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Oxygen cylinder controversy: Foreign embassy seeks help from opposition leader for ‘oxygen’ and …

Story Highlights
  • The New Zealand embassy asked the Leader of the Opposition for help on Twitter
  • Congress National President BV Srinivas immediately rushed to the rescue
  • Oxygen cylinders also donated to the Philippine embassy from Congress on Saturday

The New Zealand embassy on Sunday allegedly ordered an oxygen cylinder Congress Asked the leader for help. The New Zealand embassy later deleted the help tweet due to confusion.

The tweet was deleted after the New Zealand embassy questioned the government. An explanation has been given by the New Zealand Embassy that you tweeted this by mistake.

A tweet was made from the Twitter handle of the New Zealand embassy on Sunday morning. In the tweet, the embassy had sought the help of Youth Congress national president BV Srinivas to get an oxygen cylinder.

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In this tweet, the embassy had also tagged the SOS Twitter account of the Congress. ‘You immediately to the New Zealand embassy Oxygen cylinder Can you arrange delivery? “Thank you,” the embassy said in a tweet.

After seeing the tweet, Congress leader Srinivas immediately arranged for an oxygen cylinder and delivered it to the embassy. Earlier on Saturday night, an oxygen cylinder was delivered to the Philippine embassy by Congress.

After this argument arose, ‘We tried to reach out to all sources to arrange the oxygen cylinder immediately. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

War of words between Congress and BJP

From supplying oxygen cylinders to foreign embassies BJP And the controversy began in Congress. Congress questioned the efficiency of the government.

The embassy’s tweet sparked a major controversy. The foreign embassy was accused of seeking help from opposition leaders. This sparked a new controversy on social media.

“I am disturbed to know that the foreign embassy has to seek help from the Leader of the Opposition. Is the Ministry of External Affairs asleep?” This question was raised by Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Jairam Ramesh.

The foreign minister tweeted that Congress was playing politics. ‘The Ministry of Foreign Affairs never sleeps. Our people are all over the world. We know who is doing what, ”replied Jaishankar.

The Ministry of External Affairs is in touch with all the high commissions and embassies. Immediate action is being taken on all their medical demands, especially those related to Kovid. This includes their treatment facilities at the hospital, ‘tweeted Arindam Bagchi, spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs.

However, BJP leader and Lok Sabha MP Tejaswi Surya said the SOS (emergency call) call from the Philippine embassy was fake.

Tejaswi Surya also claimed that the Youth Congress has the medical equipment it needs to be in the hospital and that it is an attempt to bring India down on the international stage.

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