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Harbhajan Singh (Credits - AFP)

The novel coronavirus originated in Wuhan, China and has spread all over the world leaving it in a disarray. There is still no vaccine for the deadly virus and the world continues to find it difficult to grapple against it. However, the epicenter China, where gradually the markets were opened and people took to the street with the capital city of Beijing removing its mandate to wear the masks looks to have found its way to sustain against the virus.

According to a report in Reuters, China reported no new cases on May 28, down from 23 a day earlier as early signs of hopes and positivity. New Zealand has also relaxed on his lockdown as there are no new cases of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But in India, where the phases in lockdown has seen significant relaxations, the total number of cases have increased to a record high per day.

Harbhajan Singh Blames 'Power Hungry' China For Spreading Covid-19 To Boost Economy
Harbhajan Singh (File Photo)

Harbhajan Singh blames China: This is what the plan was, spread this coronavirus in the whole world.. while everyone suffer with this they sit happy and watching

Senior India spinner Harbhajan Singh could not control his sentiments and has lashed out on China for spreading coronavirus. He retweeted a story from the Reuters, with the headline saying, ‘China reports no new coronavirus cases for May 28’, and blamed the country for the situation all the around the world.

Harbhajan Singh was of the opinion that China is making their economy powerful by taking advantage of the situation and is a ‘power hungry’ nation.

Kuldeep Yadav, Harbhajan Singh, Ravi Shastri
Harbhajan Singh. Credits – Getty Images

“This is what the plan was.. spread this corona virus in the whole world.. while everyone suffer with this they sit happy and watching..making PPE kits,mask etc for the whole world and making their economy powerful,” Harbhajan Singh tweeted.

The Union Health Ministry on Friday said that India has registered the biggest single day spike of 7,466 Covid-19 cases, with the death toll climbing to 4,706.

The situation in India has been worse after the government provided certain relaxations on the lockdown keeping in mind the socio-economic growth of the country. A number of flights, trains have also been resumed which might cause problem on health of people in near future.