Expert: Indian's second wave is out of control

India reported over 3,400 deaths and nearly 370,000 new infections on Monday. It comes as another two states, Haryana and Odisha, announced lockdowns. Manoj Joshi, a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi, shares his insights with CGTN. He says India's second wave is out of control, and India faces a severe shortage of oxygen, medicine and hospital beds. Modi's ruling party loses crucial Indian state election. Manoj Joshi says the election won't change India's political picture, as the opposition remains weak and disunited.

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