Coronavirus: Congress, Left target Center after SII says states can buy Covishield at Rs 400 / dose

News Daily Digital Desk: Congress-Trinamool-Left Front at the same time vocal about the Centre’s vaccine policy. Opponents allege that even during this crisis, politics is taking place with the vaccine. The BJP government at the Center is protecting the interests of the industrialists without thinking of the common man. Rahul Gandhi says that the BJP is taking advantage of the danger of the people. Mamata says there is a business going on with vaccines. Leftists say the central government has been providing free vaccinations for any disease for so long. So why isn’t the BJP following that path? How will the CoronaVaccine be distributed? How will the state government? What will be the coordination between the center and the state? Gradually, the Center has answered these questions. According to the government, vaccine companies will be able to directly inoculate states with 50 percent of their production. That means you don’t have to look at the center to get the vaccine. But despite that, there are still some big questions. The Modi government has done injustice to the country on the occasion of the disaster! # VaccineDiscrimination pic.twitter.com/oOTC77AmkB— Center must buy vaccines and distribute in a transparent equitable manner free to States. PM must spend the ₹ lakhs of crores hoarded in PMCares for this. For 70 years India has always had a free universal vaccination program. pic.twitter.com/3xV6Zt5D76— Sitaram Yechury (@SitaramYechury) April 21, 2021

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On Wednesday, the Seram Institute said all state governments would have to spend Rs 400 for each dose of Covishield. That means 700 rupees will be required for two doses. Besides, in the case of private hospitals, the price per dose of Covishield has been fixed at Rs 600. However, the center will get each dose for 150 rupees. This is where Mamata raises the question. “Don’t trade in vaccines,” he says. In a tweet, Rahul Gandhi slammed the Center, saying, “Danger is the country, opportunity is Modi’s friends, and injustice belongs to the central government.” CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury said, “It is unacceptable. The center should buy the vaccine itself and distribute it transparently among all the states. That is why crores of rupees were raised in the name of PM CARES. The Indian government has been providing free vaccinations to all for 60 years. ” Sangbad Pratidin News App: Download to get the latest updates of news Like to stay in the daily news Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter. Get updates on all news LikeDownload News every day

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