BJP chief JP Nadda slams opposition over 'baseless allegations' on vaccination drive

BJP chief JP Nadda on Monday said the government has managed the Covid-19 crisis effectively, while the opposition behaved irresponsibly and made "baseless allegations" around vaccines and the ongoing inoculation drive.  The Opposition parties should introspect over their ''irresponsible'' statements about the Covid vaccination program of the Modi govt that has proved to be the ''biggest and fastest'' in the world, he said.

While visiting the vaccination centre at AIIMS here, Nadda congratulated and hailed a team of Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, state health ministers, medical fraternity, and people for making the vaccination campaign a ''success''.  He said, “over 2.5 crore people were vaccinated on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 71st birthday on September 17, setting a world record in vaccination. It proves that this campaign is the ''biggest and fastest'' in the world. He went on to add that ''The Opposition parties should introspect over their silence on 2.5 crore vaccinations on Sept 17 and their irresponsible and laughable statements in the past one year on the vaccination drive. They should think what impression they have left on the society and their role in a democracy.”

It was his second visit to the AIIMS vaccination center since the drive commenced earlier this year. He interacted with people who had come for vaccination at the center and the medical staff and thanked them for making the drive a success. The visit by Nadda was part of the party's 20-day mega campaign, titled 'Sewa Aur Samarpan Abhiyan', launched on Modi's birthday.

 

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