- PM Modi got Corona vaccine
- Opposition leaders trolled on social media
- Opposition did politics about vaccine
As soon as PM Modi installed the vaccine of Kovid-19 today, he silenced all the people who were raising questions about the vaccine. When Bharat Biotech’s covaxine was approved, a statement came from Adar Poonawala of Serum Institute on 3 January. In which he only said the vaccines of Oxford, Mordana and Pfizer were safe and told others like water. This statement went against Bharat Biotech, after which Dr. Krishna Alla of Bharat Biotech said that he did not expect such a statement.
Dr. Alla had said that we have done our work honestly. But if someone calls our vaccine as water, it will not be acceptable at all. We are also scientists who have done their work. The vaccine is being politicized through some people. There should be no politics on this. Many state governments and leaders had expressed concern over this rhetoric of vaccine manufacturers and had said that the central government would interfere.
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There has been a time in Indian politics that the opposition has to oppose every issue, whatever it may be. That is why the opposition questioned all on surgical strike or air strike or corona vaccine. In opposition to the central government, the opposition leaders forgot that they are insulting the scientists of the country, not the government, by opposing the corona vaccine. Today we tell you what the leader said about the corona vaccine. First of all, on November 23, Rahul Gandhi questioned 4 questions while questioning the vaccine.
Questions 1- Out of all the companies producing Kovid-19 vaccine, who else has been chosen by the Indian government?
Question 2- Who will be given the vaccine first and what will be the strategy to implement it?
Question 3- If this vaccine is available to people for free, will the PM Care Fund be used for this?
Question 4- How long will all Indians get this vaccine? Rahul Gandhi has put this question on his Twitter account?
Asking these questions, he has told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the PM must answer these questions to the nation. In the Chief Ministers meeting on 24 November, PM Modi responded to Rahul Gandhi. PM Modi said that ‘the government cannot decide when the vaccine will come. It is in the hands of scientists. Some people do politics with this. Modi said that no one can be stopped from doing politics, but some issues are not for politics.
On 3 December, Rahul Gandhi once again attacked PM Modi and asked that the Prime Minister says that the vaccine will be available for everyone. In Bihar elections, BJP used to say that Corona vaccine will be available for free for all in the state. Now the Government of India says that it has never said that everyone will get the vaccine. After all, what is the attitude of the Prime Minister? On 23 December, Rahul Gandhi once again attacked the government and said that 23 lakh people of the world have got the dose of Kovid vaccine. Vaccination has started in China, Russia, USA and UK. When will India’s number come, Modi ji?
BJP does not trust vaccine – Akhilesh
Let the opposition leaders talk and Akhilesh Yadav be left behind, this cannot happen. Samajwadi Party President and former UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was also among those who shone politics in the Corona epidemic. Akhilesh had even called the vaccine even a BJP vaccine. On 2 January 2021, Akhilesh said that ‘I will not get the vaccine done right now, I have said my point. Akhilesh had said that he would not trust the BJP if the vaccine is put in place. He said that everyone will get free vaccine if his government comes. We cannot get a BJP vaccine.
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BJP’s response to Akhilesh
Deputy Chief Minister and BJP leader Keshav Prasad Maurya said that ‘Akhilesh Yadav ji does not trust the vaccine and the people of Uttar Pradesh do not trust him. His questioning of vaccines is an insult to the doctors and scientists of our country, for which he should apologize.
Mamta Banerjee is also not lagging behind
On 11 January 2021, when PM Modi was communicating with the Chief Ministers of the states, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had expressed concern about the vaccine. Mamta Banerjee questioned whether the Center has taken sufficient opinion from scientists regarding both vaccines (Kovishield and Kovaxin). Were both vaccines trialled before vaccination in sufficient numbers. There is a need for a strong study before vaccination. Can it have any side effects after vaccination?
On 2 January 2021, Tej Pratap Yadav also said about the vaccine that first get the Modiji vaccine, then we will get it also. At the same time, the third phase of vaccination has started from today. In this phase, citizens above 60 years and those suffering from serious diseases of 45 years will be vaccinated.