At the beginning of the new year, the government gave two vaccines to those suffering from the corona epidemic. Politics has also begun with the approval of the co-vaccine for emergency use by Covishield in Oxford and India Biotech. Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav first made a statement on the corona vaccine, followed by several opposition leaders. Many opposition parties are targeting the BJP and the government through vaccines. BJP leaders and Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri retaliated after statements by several leaders, including Akhilesh Yadav, former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor and Rashid Alvi. Puri complained that these people first questioned the heroism of our soldiers and are now dissatisfied with the vaccine.
Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said, “Sitting in our house, Sinik Jayaram, Tharoor and Akhilesh are behaving in their full form.” He first questioned the heroism of our troops and lamented that two vaccines made in India had received the green signal from the DCGI. Clearly they are politically marginalized. On Saturday, Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav called the coroner’s vaccine a BJP vaccine and said he would not get the BJP’s coroner’s vaccine and everyone should come to power when his government comes. Free vaccination. However, he was later targeted by BJP leaders.
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor says Kovacin can be dangerous
Kovasin, a native vaccine from India Biotech, was declared dangerous by Thiruvananthapuram MP and former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor after receiving DCGI approval on Sunday. He said on Twitter, “Kovacin has not yet been tested in the third phase. It has been approved ahead of time, it could be dangerous.” He urged Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan to refrain from using Kovisin till the end of the trial. He further tweeted that Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan should be made clear. Its use should be avoided until complete testing. In the meantime, India could start vaccinating with the Astragenica vaccine.
Our in-house cynics Messrs. Jayaram, Tharoor and Akhilesh are behaving truthfully to form.
They first questioned the heroism of our troops and now they are dissatisfied with the fact that two vaccines are being made in India for DCGI approval.
Clearly they are in search of permanent political alignment.
– Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepEspuri) January 3, 2021
Congress leader Rashid Alvi also surrounded the government with the vaccine
Congress leader Rashid Alvi has backed SP president Akhilesh Yadav’s statement on the vaccine. He told the government that the agencies were leveled against opposition leaders. “In the last six years, the BJP and the country’s prime minister have faced a number of central agencies, including the CBI and the ED, against the opposition leaders,” said Rashid Alvi. So today, neither Akhilesh Yadav nor the leaders of the opposition have any fears that the vaccine will not go wrong if it is not misused. “The way the government is against the leaders of the opposition and the lawsuits are going on. Every opposition leader wants to overthrow the government, so if anyone fears a vaccine misuse, the government should trust the opposition leaders,” he said.
The way the BJP and the Prime Minister have used agencies including the CBI, Income Tax Department and ED against the opposition leaders, I think there is nothing wrong with fearing that the vaccine could be misused. Fear justifies the way the government is working against opposition leaders: Congress Rashid Alvi pic.twitter.com/qXuXRsmzdW
– ANI (@ANI) January 3, 2021
‘BJP government should not consider any decorative event’
After calling the corona vaccine a BJP vaccine, Akhilesh Yadav tweeted about the vaccine again on Sunday morning. He lashed out at the government, saying that the corona vaccine was a sensitive process, so the BJP government should not consider it as a rhetorical event and should start only after taking specific measures. This is an issue related to human life, so the risk of improvement cannot be increased later. A specific date has to be announced for vaccinating the poor. At the same time, contrary to Akhilesh’s statement on Saturday, Deputy Chief Minister of the state and former BJP president Keshab Prasad Maurya said that Akhilesh Yadav did not believe in the vaccine and it was an insult to the country’s doctors and scientists.