JP Nadda anger burst: 'Opposition stuck in vaccination...'
JP Nadda anger burst: 'Opposition stuck in vaccination...'

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda has hit out at the opposition over the ongoing vaccination drive against the coronavirus. Putting the opposition in the dock, JP Nadda has said that in the last one year or so, opposition parties have left no stone unturned to block the vaccination drive and are now making letters.

JP Nadda indirectly attacked the Congress leadership saying it was better to write to their Chief Ministers and instruct them than to write to the Central government. Addressing a programme of Launch of Covid-19 Help Desk at 824 Community Centres across the country by Kisan Morcha under JP Nadda's Sewa Hi Sangathan programme, Nadda said that helpdesks have been started at 658 locations.

He requested the Workers of Kisan Morcha to consider the decisions taken by the Central Government in the interest of farmers to them. JP Nadda took a dig at the opposition on the occasion saying that they are only playing politics in the name of farmers. He praised the central government's performance in the war against corona in times of crisis and said the Modi government had moved forward to develop the vaccine along with the first wave of corona.

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