- PM Narendra Modi got Corona virus vaccinated
- First dose of covaccine given at AIIMS in the morning
- Bharat Biotech has developed this vaccine with ICMR
- Opposition was raising questions on vaccine, Modi answered
Prime Minister Narendra Modi got the corona virus vaccinated on Monday morning. He was awarded the first dose at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi. PM Modi has been given Kovid Vaccine Covaxin made by Bharat Biotech. This vaccine was approved for emergency use last month along with Covishield produced by the Serum Institute of India. Modi has not only cleared the doubts related to vaccine by applying Covaxin, he has done many hunting with one stone.
Corona virus vaccination campaign started in India from 16 January 2021. Prior to that, Covishield and Covaxin were approved on 3 January. Covishield has been developed by researchers from Oxford University and AstraZeneca, while Covaxin has been developed by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Bharat Biotech. Covishield received approval after completion of Phase 3 trial while Covaxin was then undergoing Phase 3 trial. In such a situation, there was no dearth of questions about Covaxin. Covaxin was repeatedly put on the sidelines on behalf of opposition members.
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When the vaccination started, many opposition parties, including the Congress, asked why PM Modi or other people in the government were not getting vaccinated. Congress leader Manish Tiwari even said that if the vaccine is so reliable, then why are the BJP leaders not getting it first. Congress Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala had cited the example of several heads of state that in India also Prime Minister Modi should set an example by applying a vaccine.
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Congress Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor also questioned Kovaxin. Tharoor argued that the third phase of the trial has not been done yet. He accused the government of ‘unintentionally approving cocaine’ and said that doing so could be dangerous. The president of the Samajwarti Party and former UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav had even called the vaccine a BJP vaccine. He said that he does not trust it. Singh had said that when his party will form the government, they will get vaccines for free.
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On behalf of the BJP, it was said that the PM and other leaders will get vaccinated when their turn comes. Modi has given the same answer to the opponents by putting the first dose of Covaxin on Monday morning. Vaccination of people over 60 years has started since Monday. Modi is 70 years old and is eligible to get vaccinated, so in his turn he got vaccinated. Modi has also responded to opposition members who questioned India Biotech vaccines by taking a dose of Covaxin.
Suspicion of people’s mind towards vaccine is also removed
The common people also had many questions about the corona vaccine. There was doubt as to whether the vaccine is safe or not. While vaccinating health workers and frontline workers, there were instances when Covaxin was refused. In such a situation, PM Modi has proved all the doubts baseless by applying the same vaccine. This will instill confidence in the general public about the vaccine.
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Modi also gave election message through vaccination
Some electoral messages were also hidden in PM Modi’s vaccination. For example, he was wearing an Assamese hot pot. He was vaccinated by Sister P Niveda of Puducherry. She was accompanied by Sister Rosamma Anil, who hails from Kerala. Elections are to be held from March 27 to April 29 in five states / union territories of the country. These include West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.
Sister P. Niveda of Puducherry injected the vaccine to PM Modi.