'SC announced free vaccination, but where will the vaccine come from?: CM Kejriwal

New Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has questioned where the government will bring the vaccine for free vaccination as there is a shortage of vaccine scarcity in the country over the announcement of free vaccination by the Modi government at the Centre. Talking to media, he said the Centre will supply free vaccine from June 21 under pressure from the Supreme Court. Where will the Vaccine come from after June 21? There is a big Question Mark on this.



CM Kejriwal said there is acute shortage of corona vaccine in the country. We introduced the 'vaccination where we vote'. This model can completely vaccinate the country in 3 months if adequate quantity of vaccine is available. Delhi CM and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) President Arvind Kejriwal had arrived near Siraspur to inspect the construction of a 57 tonne oxygen storage tank. It was during this time that he raised these questions.

The Kejriwal government is pushing for vaccination to protect Delhi from corona. In the same vein, the 'Where votes, while vaccine' campaign has also been launched. CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday visited the vaccination centre opened under the campaign. CM Kejriwal said people were not coming in large numbers so we thought they had to be invited. So, this campaign was launched.

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