Karnataka's Agriculture Minister caught in controversy over corona vaccine, know matter here

Mar 03 2021 02:16 PM
Karnataka's Agriculture Minister caught in controversy over corona vaccine, know matter here

Bengaluru: Phase II of the vaccine program has been started across the country. Along with this, a new case also came to light, when the doctors came to his residence to vaccinate Karnataka Agriculture Minister BC Patil. After the photos of vaccination surfaced on social media on Tuesday, a new controversy has started to form. Doctors vacated the minister by going to Hirekerur, 336 km from Bangalore. It is reported that his wife also got vaccinated at home.

After the photos of the case appeared on social media and TV news channels, the anger of the people started increasing even more. It has also been reported in the media as an abuse of the power of the minister. In a conversation with a Kannada news channel, the minister said, 'Many people were present in the house and I would have to wait for about half an hour in the hospital. That is why I got it installed at home.'

Apart from this, he said that there were some privileges and not to misunderstand the decision to take the vaccine at home is very important. Patil said that he himself had invited health officials to vaccinate at the residence. It is special that on Monday, the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi, and other big politicians reached the hospital and got the coronavirus vaccine.

New weapon of protest in the state: It has been learned that in Karnataka, the BS Yeddyurappa-led government is already embroiled in problems. In such a case, this vaccine case has given a new weapon to the opposition parties in the state to attack the government. Former state CM HD Kumaraswamy said 'anyone can do anything in this government'. He raised questions on Minister Patil and said that instead of serving people, Patil is putting people in his service.

The government will take a decision: At the same time, it is being said that the state health minister, Dr. K Sudhakar, said that there is no provision for taking vaccines at people's homes. Talking to reporters, he said that the Health Ministry will soon issue a circular. After which the officials will be prohibited to go to anyone's house for vaccination.

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