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Modi govt did not spent any money in vaccine research

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Nothing will happen, Modi ji’s photo will be distributed says Ravish Kumar

Ground Report | New Delhi: Vaccination had to be stopped in many places due to non-vaccination across the country. According to a report by ‘The Guardian’, there is no evidence that the Modi government, like the rest of the countries, has spent any money in vaccine research.

The report said that the government sent the vaccine to the whole world but did not pay a single penny for research to the Serum Institute.

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The same report has been mentioned by senior journalist Ravish Kumar in his prime time show and Facebook. Ravish wrote, “The Modi government has not spent a new money in the research and development of vaccines.

He said “The government itself has said this in the Supreme Court. But people felt that Modi ji has been behind the development of this vaccine. The cleverness of having your photo printed on the vaccine certificate without spending five new money has been exposed.”

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The journalist wrote, “It is being published in the newspapers of the world that all governments get billions of rupees in the development of vaccines, but Prime Minister Modi did not spend a single penny.”

“And controlled the distribution of vaccines in such a way as to have money from their pockets. The two companies visit India in the month of November. Serums go and Bharat goes to Biotech. Think you must have thought that everyone is doing Modi ji” he further added.

Ravish further wrote, “You cannot imagine how hungry Propaganda can be. The massacre that has happened to your loved ones will soon be forgotten. A new event will be launched as soon as the epidemic stops. A new slogan will be launched. You will be cheated again. Nothing will happen, Modi ji’s photo will be distributed.”

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on the advice of a government panel, it has been decided to increase the time between two doses of Covishield vaccine from 6-8 weeks to 12-16 weeks.

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The Union Health Ministry announced on Thursday that it is “a science-based decision” and has been taken with the belief that it will not pose any additional threat.

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