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Rahul Gandhi’s Jibe At Centre

'Number Of Ministers Increased, Not Of Vaccines': Rahul Gandhi's Jibe At Centre

Rahul Gandhi additionally shared a chart of the common vaccinations per day. (FILE)

New Delhi:

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took a swipe on the central authorities, saying the variety of ministers has elevated however not the COVID vaccines.

He additionally shared a chart of the common vaccinations per day, that are falling in need of the goal to vaccinate all adults by December 2021.

“The number of ministers has increased, not of vaccines,” Mr Gandhi mentioned in a tweet in Hindi, utilizing the hashtag “WhereAreVaccines”

His feedback got here after 43 ministers have been inducted into the Modi authorities, taking the overall variety of ministers to 77.

The chart shared by Mr Gandhi was on India’s vaccination equation that goals to cease the third wave of COVID-19.

The chart said that the goal is to vaccinate 60 % inhabitants with each doses by December 2021 and the required vaccination charge per day is 8.8 million.

However, it identified, that the precise vaccinations within the final seven days have been at a median of three.4 million per day, leaving a shortfall of 5.4 million per day.

It additionally highlighted that the precise vaccination on July 10 is 3.7 million, leaving a shortfall of 5.1 million for the day.

The Congress has been elevating the difficulty of scarcity of vaccines within the nation and has urged the central authorities to hurry up inoculations, saying it’s the solely approach to cease the third wave of COVID-19.

The BJP had hit again on the opposition occasion by focusing on the efficiency of Congress-ruled states and had additionally accused it of encouraging vaccine hesitancy.

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