The Congress has slammed the central government on the Covid-19 vaccination program started in the country. Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala has said that the current government has found an opportunity to publicize itself in the disaster. The Congress has also asked the Central Government that how many people will get free Covid-19 vaccine.
New Delhi: The Congress has slammed the central government on the Covid-19 vaccination program started in the country. The party has accused of propagating itself through the program.
The Congress said that the program of vaccines and medicines of different diseases has been going on for years, but the Congress governments never publicized it in this way. If the Covid-19 vaccine is available, how long will the 135 million population get the vaccine? Or will the Modi government give the vaccine free to the entire population of the country?
Congress raised questions on Covid-19 vaccination campaign
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said that vaccine of serious diseases and pandemics has been produced in the country, due to which we were able to fight against other diseases including TB, smallpox, polio, cholera, whooping cough. Today, we have been able to prepare Covid-19 vaccine within a year, this is the result of 73 years of hard work. Before that, Congress governments also started a nationwide campaign against epidemics. The result of that is that today India makes more than half of the world’s vaccine.
Central government finds opportunity to publicize itself in disaster
On the Covid-19 vaccine awareness campaign, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said that before that vaccination was never made part of publicity. But the current government has found an opportunity to promote itself in the disaster. The Congress has also asked the Central Government that how many people will get free Covid-19 vaccine. How long and where will the general public get this vaccine. The biggest question is, after all, will 135 crore people get this free vaccine?
This means that their ability is not to buy the vaccine for themselves. According to government figures, the government gives free food grains to about 82 crore people.
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala has also raised questions on the vaccine prices. He said that the government is getting 2 doses of Rs 400 vaccine. In such a situation, why is there talk of selling 2 doses of 2000 rupees for the general public? If the government is getting 2 doses of 400, then the general public should also get a dose of vaccine in the open market at the same rate.
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