Chidambaram attacked Modi government, said - lack of vaccine claims false

New Delhi: Veteran Congress leader and former Union Minister P Chidambaram on Saturday said that the claim that there is no shortage of coronavirus vaccine in the country and if people arriving for vaccination have to return from hospitals, the government will face huge opposition. Chidambaram has also welcomed the decision to vaccinate people above the age of 18 years in the country from May 1st.

He tweeted, "However, we have to warn the government that with this decision it has also been entrusted with a big responsibility. Chidambaram further said that the first and biggest requirement in the country is to ensure the availability of vaccines as there are a lot of complaints that the vaccine is not being supplied properly. He claimed that "the claim of lack of vaccine is hollow and false"

According to Chidambaram, the demand for vaccines swells from May 1, ensuring its full availability and the government will face a lot of opposition if people have to return from hospitals. The Congress leader said the government should prepare from now on in view of the huge demand for vaccines in the coming days.

Panchayati Raj Day: PM Modi said "Stop Corona infection from reaching the village"

Immunologist discovers more potent new airborne Covid strain in Sri Lanka

BJP MLA NVSS Prabhakar made befitted reply on Telangana Health Minister allegations

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -