Indian Army responded after a huge troll on social media over conversion of conference hall into the Army Hospital.
The Indian Army said that the medical ward was an audio-video training room that had been converted as part of the COVID-19 protocol long before PM Modi’s visit.
It is to be noted that India had a clash with China over Ladakh issue which kills about 20 Indian soldiers.
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Ladakh where he also met with soldiers who were injured and are being treated at the hospital.
Interacting with our brave Jawans, who do everything to protect our nation. https://t.co/704f7Q9Fu4
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 3, 2020
On the other hand, social media users are trolling Indian Army for setting up the hospital in the conference hall.
To paraphrase a certain 'journalist' –
Not in living memory have I ever seen a hospital ward filled with patients that had a projector & screen at the end.
Not in living memory have I seen a ward with zero medical equipment available at any angle. pic.twitter.com/dUFfOFvIB6
— Doctor Roshan R 🌍 (@pythoroshan) July 4, 2020
Sources say that the Modi visit hospital pics are genuine. But, it speaks volumes that something like this is even questioned. Insane amounts of fakery in the past six years
— Swati Chaturvedi (@bainjal) July 4, 2020
Things we see in hospitals
✔️Side table with Water/Medicine/reports
Things we don't see in hospitals
✖️Dias with Mike
✖️All patients Sitting (Positioned), "Quote(ALL)" pic.twitter.com/6CkEfDPCaK
— प्रशान्त रावत (@rawatprashantt) July 4, 2020
These are the Soldiers Injured in #GalwanValleyFaceOff 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏽♂️
All in Pranayama Posture
— Chhotubhai Vasava (@Chhotu_Vasava) July 4, 2020
It is to be noted that there were no medical equipments in the Indian Army’s hospital.