Sonia Gandhi, Rahul will also be present with the Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled states
Sonia Gandhi, Rahul will also be present with the Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled states

New Delhi: Congress party working president Sonia Gandhi is scheduled to hold a meeting with the chief ministers of Congress-ruled states on Saturday about the condition of coronavirus. Former party president Rahul Gandhi will also be present in this meeting. At the meeting, the state of the corona epidemic in the states will be reviewed. According to sources, the Congress leadership will also make plans to assist the public. Let us know that many states including Maharashtra, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, UP, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar are facing vaccine shortage.

The meeting is going to take place a day after senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi wrote a letter to PM Narendra Modi. Please tell that Rahul Gandhi had demanded an immediate ban on the export of the corona vaccine. Criticizing PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi questioned whether the export of the vaccine was an attempt to increase publicity. Referring to PM Modi's appeal to Chief Ministers to hold the Teeka Utsav from 11 to 14 April, he tweeted that the lack of vaccines is a fairly serious issue amid the rise in Corona cases. He said, "India has got the first benefit in vaccination, and even after that we are growing at a snail's pace".

He also asked PM Modi to provide the necessary resources to the vaccine suppliers so that the capacity to develop the vaccine can be increased. Rahul Gandhi also mentioned the arrival of a new wave of Coronavirus infection in the country and the slow pace of vaccination. He claimed that if vaccination continues at the current pace, it will take many years to vaccinate 75 percent of the country's population. 

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