If the covid-19 vaccination program fails, should we be hanged?
Ground Report | New Delhi: Union Fertilizers and Chemicals Minister Sadananda Gowda said on Thursday that according to the court, if the covid-19 vaccination program fails, should we be hanged?
On Tuesday itself, the Karnataka High Court reprimanded the state and the central government for the slow pace of vaccination in the state. On Thursday, Sadananda Gowda and BJP National General Secretary CT Ravi were holding a press conference in Bengaluru.
In the press conference, Gowda and Ravi were telling the steps taken by the government towards covid. Both were defending the government and told that in the coming days the infection of corona will reduce.
Gowda said in this press conference, “If the court says tomorrow that you have to provide such a vaccine but the vaccine has not yet been produced at that level, then should we be hanged?”
You should also think about all this. ”Sadananda Gowda was asked questions regarding the order of the Karnataka High Court on vaccination.
Gowda said that the production of vaccine is not being done according to the demand right now. Gowda said, “Estimated vaccine is not being produced. Vaccine is not being supplied from other countries as well.
In such a situation things get out of control. When we started the vaccination campaign for those above 45 years, there was not so much demand.
In such a situation, we felt that we will also vaccinate those above 18 years. When the second wave of Corona arrived, people started getting worried for the vaccine. We are trying to fix things in the coming days.
In this press conference, CT Ravi said, “If we did not prepare, then there would have been more deaths in the districts of Karnataka”.
However, Ravi also said on the other hand that the second wave of Corona is bigger than government preparedness.