Tamilnadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Sunday said his government will not neglect any district including Coimbatore in the fight against Covid-19 and said the state has adequate availability of oxygen and bed facility.
Stalin was here to hold discussions with Collectors of five districts in the western belt about the steps taken and being taken to contain the spread of COVID-19.
He denied any partiality against Coimbatore district, with regard to treatment and facilities provided to combat coronavirus.
There have been allegations that the Coimbatore district was being ignored as the DMK had not fared well in last month’s assembly elections.
“Some people had complained that Coimbatore district was neglected and I do not want to reply politically. Those who complained can see the infrastructure developed by the government and will not complain after that,” Stalin told reporters.
“All districts are ours and there is no partiality,” he added.
After Chennai, Coimbatore is the district where more people have been vaccinated, he said.
Stalin further said the main goal was to protect Tamil Nadu.