‘Vaccine crisis, who is responsible?’ – Priyanka Gandhi asked Modi government 3 questions on vaccination
in country Vaccination against Kovid The drive is on, but many states are struggling with a vaccine shortage. Dozens in Delhi, Maharashtra Vaccination center closed Have been done. The main opposition party Congress is constantly raising questions about the Modi government’s vaccine policy. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi On Wednesday, writing a long Facebook post, attacked the government on the lack of vaccine. ‘Who is responsible?’ With the title, he has presented some facts first and then asked three questions. He said that ‘Now there is only Modiji’s photo on the vaccine, the rest of the responsibility has been placed on the states. Today, the Chief Ministers of the states are sending information about the shortage of vaccine to the Central Government.
Congress leader wrote, ‘Today, only 11% of India’s 130 crore population has got the first dose of vaccine and only 3% has been given full vaccination. Vaccination declined by 83% in the last one month after the announcement of Modiji’s Teeka Utsav. Today, the Modi government has pushed the country into a quagmire of vaccine shortages. The government’s failed vaccine policy appears to be behind the vaccine shortage. Who is responsible for this? ‘
Priyanka wrote that ‘the bitter truth is that from the beginning of the epidemic, the vaccine in India became a tool for the Prime Minister’s personal publicity rather than a tool to save the lives of the common people. Due to this, India, the world’s largest vaccine producer today, has become dependent on vaccine donations from other countries and has joined the line of weak countries in the world in terms of vaccination. why did this happen?’
1. The government was ready with the entire plan of vaccination only last year, then why only 1 crore 60 lakh vaccines were ordered in January 2021?
2. Why did the government send more vaccines abroad to the people of India by applying less vaccines?
3. Why is India, the world’s largest vaccine producer, today in a position to ask for vaccines from other countries, and why is the government trying to present it as an achievement?