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- Congress Ruling States Stand On Corona Vaccine. Ministers of Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Punjab Said it is not right to question the vaccine; We With The Central Government
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Congress leaders Shashi Tharoor and Jairam Ramesh questioned the corona vaccine.
Vaccination drives are to start in the country from 16 January. Meanwhile, the Congress, which questions the vaccine, has split into two camps. Many leaders like Shashi Tharoor, Jairam Ramesh questioned the vaccine and the ministers of the Congress-ruled states of Punjab, Jharkhand and Rajasthan stood in favor of the vaccine. The ministers of these states clearly said that it is not right to raise any questions on the vaccine. The Jharkhand minister even said that he is standing with the central government in matters of public interest. There is a Congress coalition government.
Rajasthan Health Minister said – should trust the vaccine
Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma said, “When the central government is providing the vaccine to us, then there should not be unnecessary questions on it.” Vaccine trials have been done. When the PM has held meetings with everyone himself, I do not think any kind of questions should be asked about the vaccine. Sharma also spoke about the preparations for the vaccination drive across the state.
Punjab minister said – all benefit from vaccine
Punjab Food and Supply Minister Bharat Bhushan said, “There is no need to bring Kovid-19 vaccination into controversy.” This is for everyone’s benefit. This is a big achievement for India and the entire humanity. The central government has run dry in all states. We should avoid any dispute in this. I want to thank the scientists who developed the Kovid-19 vaccine.
Jharkhand Health Minister said – with the Center for the Public Interest
Jharkhand Health Minister Banna Gupta said, ‘We do not do politics on issues of public welfare and national welfare. In the case of the vaccine, we stand fully with the central government. I would just like to say that before using any vaccine, the central government should understand its authenticity, relevance and utility. Its proper exercise is necessary. People of this country should not be made labs.
What have the leaders said on the vaccine so far?
Kovaxin and Kovyshield have received approval
Indigenous Kovaxin of Bharat Biotech and the Emergency Use of Kovshield of Serum Institute have been approved by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI). At the same time, Zaykov-D of Zydus Cadila Healthcare has received the approval of Phase-3 trial. Vaccination drives will also start across the country from 16 January. In the first phase, 30 million people have to be given a dose.