Big disclosure: The company that makes low-quality ventilators belongs to the same businessman who bought Modi’s suit.


The Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court has reprimanded the ruling Modi government at the Center for the poor ventilators being supplied to several hospitals during the Corona epidemic.

In fact, 113 out of 150 ventilators found from the government-initiated PM Cares Fund during the onset of the Corona epidemic last year have been found to be poor.

Many hospitals had reported the death of patients due to complaints of ventilators malfunction in this case.


In this episode, journalist Ranvijay Singh has questioned the Modi government by tweeting. He has written that “Bombay HC reprimanded the Modi government and said that the government is more concerned about the company making a low-quality ventilator rather than the life of the people.

The company that manufactures the ventilator is Jyoti CNC. This company belongs to the Surat businessman who gifted the suit to PM Modi. Find out the price of this suit. “

In fact, the Bombay High Court had on Tuesday questioned the Modi government about what measures they have for the poor ventilators. To which the Union Health Ministry replied that these 150 ventilators were not supplied under the PM Cares Fund.

Actually, these poor ventilators supplied to hospitals have been made by Jyoti CNC Automation Limited Company of Gujarat.

Let us tell you that the ventilators manufactured by this company of Gujarat have been in a lot of controversies.

In fact, the promoters of Jyoti CNC Automation Limited Company are associated with that business family.

In the year 2015, the Prime Minister of India gave Narendra Modi a suit with the name written on it. Which was also very expensive and there was a lot of discussion on social media.


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