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Amit Shah Model vs Kejriwal Model: Sisodia asks Centre to roll back COVID order

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New Delhi, June 24: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, seeking his intervention in scrapping the system requiring every COVID-19 patient to visit a government-run centre for clinical assessment.

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Addressing an online media briefing, Sisodia said he had written to Lt Governor (LG) Anil Baijal on Tuesday on the same issue, but the AAP government was yet to receive a response from the LG's office.

"This is not a fight between Amit Shah's model and Kejriwal's model. We should implement a system in which people don't face problems," he said on Wednesday.

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    The deputy chief minister said people were facing a lot of problems due to the new system and it should be scrapped immediately.

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    He said the Union home minister himself was overseeing measures being taken to deal with the COVID-19 situation.

    The previous system should be implemented wherein teams of the district administration visited the house of an infected person for clinical assessment, Sisodia said.

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