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Congress’s “Jumla” Attack On Centre Over Vaccine Remark

The Congress accused the federal government of being a ”U-turn sarkar” (File)

New Delhi:

The Congress on Wednesday attacked the Central authorities for saying that each particular person within the nation doesn’t must be inoculated in opposition to COVID-19, dubbing it as a “U-turn government” and in search of readability on who all shall be administered the coronavirus vaccine.

Criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the opposition social gathering stated whereas he had introduced that each Indian will get vaccinated in opposition to the novel contagion, the Health ministry later introduced that everybody in nation needn’t be immunized.

“The Prime Minister stated each Indian will get the Covid vaccine. But the Prime Minister’s assertion was was a ”jumla’‘ after the Health ministry stated the whole nation is not going to be inoculated,” the Congress stated on its official Twitter deal with.

“Can the Indian folks get some readability? Will they be getting a vaccine or have they got to be Atmanirbhar relating to surviving this lethal virus,” the social gathering requested in one other tweet.


The Congress accused the federal government of being a ”U-turn sarkar’‘, alleging that whereas the Prime Minister introduced that each Indian will get the COVID-19 vaccine, just a few days later the Health ministry stated the federal government by no means spoke about vaccinating all residents within the nation.

Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan had on Tuesday stated at a media briefing that there will not be a must vaccinate the nation’s total inhabitants in opposition to COVID-19 if a crucial mass of individuals are given a shot to interrupt the chain of the virus transmission. He made it clear that the federal government had not spoken about inoculating everybody within the nation.

“I just want to make this clear that the government has never spoken about vaccinating the entire country. It’s important that we discuss such scientific issues based on factual information only and then analyse it,” Mr Bhushan had stated.

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