New Delhi: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Monday tried to draw "similarities" between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and ventilators supplied under PM CARES fund saying both " fail to do their work".
Mr Gandhi took to Twitter to slam the Modi government over reports that ventilators bought with the PM CARES fund have been left unused because of technical glitches.
"There's a lot common between PMCares ventilator and the PM himself: too much false PR, don't do their respective jobs, nowhere in sight when needed!" Rahul said in a tweet in Hindi.
The ventilators in question were supplied by Bharat Electronics Limited and AgVa.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered an immediate audit of the process of installing and operating the ventilators, and directed healthcare workers are trained in its use, if necessary.
However, it is not sure if Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) will conduct the audit as PM CARES fund is kept outside the CAG purview.