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There was rhetoric between the two leaders on social media on vaccination.
Politics has now started on the record of vaccination (88 lakhs) made in the country on Yoga Day. Congress leader P Chidambaram has taunted and called it the result of hoarding. Chidambaram tweeted, ‘Hoarding on Sunday, vaccinated on Monday and come back limping on Tuesday. This is the secret behind the world “record” of vaccination for “one day”. I am sure that this “feat” will find a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
After this Chidambaram made another tweet. He said that who knows, maybe the Nobel Prize in Medicine should be given to the Modi government. ‘Modi hai, mumkin hai’ should now read ‘Modi hai, miracle hai’
In response, BJP President JP Nadda retaliated. Sharing Chidambaram’s tweet, he wrote that India has not remained lame, but is progressing on the strength of the strength of our citizens. After setting a record on Monday, India crossed 50 lakh vaccinations on Tuesday and Wednesday, which the Congress party does not like.
Here, there is a lot of drama in the meeting of the parliamentary panel.
There was a lot of drama in the meeting of the Parliamentary Panel on Science and Technology on Wednesday. Several BJP MPs staged a walkout, leaving the meeting midway. MPs said that this is not the right time to talk on vaccine policy.
Meeting lasted for two and a half hours, drama went on for one hour
The meeting was also attended by K Vijay Raghavan, Scientific Adviser to the Government, VK Bhargava, DG, ICMR and Renu Swarup, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology. He presented his case before the panel. Congress MP Jairam Ramesh was presiding over the two-and-a-half-hour meeting. According to sources, the drama continued for about an hour during this period. The meeting was held on the issue of corona vaccine development and genetic sequencing of the virus.
The opposition asked- Why did the gap increase in two doses?
According to sources, in the middle of the meeting, opposition MPs expressed their willingness to ask questions about the Centre’s vaccine policy. The opposition asked why the gap between the two doses of the vaccine was increased. BJP MPs strongly opposed it. Some MPs left the meeting demanding to go ahead with the meeting.
In the midst of the meeting, Jairam Ramesh turned down the demand for voting on the issue of BJP MPs. He said that even if this proves to be the last meeting of the panel under his chairmanship, he will not allow voting. After the meeting, Jairam Ramesh made a tweet. In this, he said that some media reports are claiming to share the information of PM Care Fund in the meeting, which is wrong.