Chidambaram admits his mistake after accusing PM Modi, writes in tweet, 'I was wrong'

New Delhi: Veteran Congress leader and former central P Chidambaram on Tuesday clarified his vaccine claim. In fact, PM Modi had announced a change in the vaccination policy on Monday, after which P Chidambaram claimed that 'no state has asked the Centre to allow it to buy vaccines directly from manufacturers'. It had also accused PM Modi of learning from his mistakes and said PM Modi had blamed the opposition for direct supply of the vaccine, while no state government had demanded to buy the vaccine directly.



Chidambaram said, 'Let us know which CM, which state government had demanded on which date that they should be allowed to buy the vaccine'. On Tuesday, Chidambaram, believing himself wrong, tweeted, 'I told ANI please tell us which state government had demanded that it should be allowed to buy the vaccine directly', on which he found a copy of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee's letter which was posted to the PM P. Chidambaram said ,'I was wrong'.

On Twitter on Tuesday, veteran Congress leader P Chidambaram said he had learnt that West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee had urged PM Modi to allow her to buy the vaccine directly for her state. Prime Minister Modi had announced on Monday that from June 21, the Centre will provide free vaccine to all Indian citizens above the age of 18.

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