Mumbai: Increased infection of corona and lack of vaccine are being seen in all the states at this time. In such a situation, there is a debate between the state government and the central government. On one hand, the state government led by Uddhav Thackeray has said in its statement that, 'The vaccine is not being provided by the central government as per the requirement. Because of this, the scarcity of the vaccine is coming to the fore. In many vaccine centers, the vaccine is over and people coming for vaccination have to return. On the other hand, the opposition of the central government and the state is alleging that 'the state government has failed in vaccine management and is shying away from its responsibilities by putting a ball in the center's court'.
Now a big statement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged in the midst of all this. Recently, PM Modi has clarified in his message that he does not support any kind of political allegation in this fight going on in the corona epidemic. PM Modi had communicated with Chief Minister Thackeray on Thursday through video conferencing on the Karona situation. During that time he has said, "There is a kind of competition in the states among the increasing number of corona infected. If this state is completely failing, then that state is doing well. Comparing states in this way has become a fashion nowadays'.
At the same time, you will be aware that the Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan had responded to the comment made by the Thackeray government on the central government's lack of vaccine availability. Recently, he had said in a statement that "the country is defaulting in the fight against Corona due to a state". Through video conferencing on Thursday, PM Modi advised Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, 'They should not pay attention to the allegations, but concentrate on their actions. Even if the number of corona patients comes, you should not worry too much. Do not be under pressure due to a high number of patients means your work is bad. I will still advise you to pay attention to testing. Increasing the number of infected means our work is poor, There is no need to think so. If you increase the test, then the number of infected people will be seen increasing. 'In this way, PM Modi explained to Uddhav Thackeray and advised him to move forward'.