Amid the surge of coronavirus circumstances throughout the nation, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi Friday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to open “vaccination for everyone who needs it” and likewise instantly halt exporting vaccines. He additionally urged the federal government to fast-track different vaccines
Gandhi’s letter comes at a time when numerous states have raised the difficulty of the vaccine scarcity.
The efforts of the scientific group and vaccine makers had been undermined by the “centre’s poor implementation and oversight”, Gandhi wrote in his letter.
Earlier this morning, Gandhi in a tweet questioned the export of COVID-19 vaccines, and requested whether it is proper to take action and put the lives of countrymen in peril. “Shortage of vaccine in view of the rise in Corona cases is a very serious problem and not a celebration,” he stated in a tweet in Hindi.
During a gathering with the chief ministers on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to states to achieve 100 per cent vaccination of the 45-plus inhabitants in high-focus districts and referred to as for a “vaccination utsav” between the delivery anniversaries of icons Jyotiba Phule (April 11) and B R Ambedkar (April 14).