After deleted tweet and apology, New Zealand excessive fee will get oxygen cylinders from Congress youth wing-India Information , Alenz
Regardless of the social media fiasco, the excessive fee did settle for the oxygen cylinders from IYC
In an uncommon tweet on Sunday, the New Zealand Excessive Fee in New Delhi apologised for one among its earlier tweets, which stands deleted now, searching for pressing assist to rearrange for oxygen cylinders from Indian Youth Congress president Srinivas BV and the Congress social gathering.
We are attempting all sources to rearrange for oxygen cylinders urgently and our attraction has sadly been misinterpreted, for which we’re sorry.
— NZ in India (@NZinIndia) May 2, 2021
Srinivas responded to the SOS and likewise sought extra particulars by direct message.
Nonetheless, the excessive fee deleted the sooner tweet and agreed to open the gate of the excessive fee solely after a tweet from Srinivas so the cylinders could possibly be delivered.
We’ve reached New Zealand Excessive Fee with oxygen cylinders.
— Srinivas B V (@srinivasiyc) May 2, 2021
Following is a screenshot of the tweet which the New Zealand Excessive Fee in New Delhi tweeted. Regardless of the social media fiasco, the excessive fee did settle for the oxygen cylinders from IYC.
Replace- New Zealand excessive fee opened gates of the embassy and accepted cylinders. Additionally, they thanked the #SOSIYC group for this fast aid as affected person inside embassy was critically ailing. https://t.co/BzGwj0wm0q pic.twitter.com/vu6TUhD1r8 — Srinivas B V (@srinivasiyc) May 2, 2021
This isn’t the primary time, the IYC aid group has responded in a similar way. On Saturday, oxygen cylinders have been made to the Philippines eEbassy in New Delhi as properly by the organisation.
आज #SOSIYC के सदस्यों ने अंतरराष्ट्रीय समुदाय के लोगों की मदद की, फिलीपींस दूतावास को ऑक्सीजन सिलेंडर पहुँचाया ।
आओ मिलकर जीवन बचाएं । pic.twitter.com/glFB1umLoP
— SOSIYC (@sosiyc) May 1, 2021
Following the function performed by the IYC, senior Congress chief Jairam Ramesh additionally took a dig at Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.
Whereas I thank @IYC for its stellar efforts, as an Indian citizen I’m surprised that the youth wing of the opposition social gathering is attending to SOS calls from overseas embassies. Is the MEA sleeping @DrSJaishankar ? https://t.co/iEG49baE9l — Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) May 1, 2021
India on Sunday reported 392,488 circumstances of COVID-19 and three,689 deaths within the final 24 hours , in accordance with the Union ministry of well being and household welfare.
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