Election Drama or Coincidence? PM Modi wore Assamese gamcha, Vaccinated by Puducherry nurse in presence of Kerala nurse
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself got the vaccine before the second phase of Corona vaccination started for the common people. He took his first dose of indigenous Covaxin at Delhi AIIMS at around 6.30 am this morning. Now a second dose will be given to Modi after 28 days.
P Niveda, a nurse from Puducherry, administered the vaccine to the Prime Minister. The other nurses who were present are from Kerala. At the time of getting the vaccine, Modi was wearing an Assamese gamcha around the neck which is a symbol of blessings of the women there. Modi has also been seen wearing such a gamchha on many occasions before. It can also be a coincidence that elections will be held in Kerala, Puducherry and Assam in March-April.
The Prime Minister shared a photo of himself getting a vaccine at the time of vaccination. Through this, he tried to dispel the doubts of common people about the vaccine. At the same time, he also gave a message to those leaders of the opposition who had questioned the process of approval of vaccination and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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Appeal to all eligible people to get vaccinated
Modi shared the photo on social media and wrote, ‘The rapid work done by our doctors and scientists in strengthening the global fight against Corona is extraordinary. I appeal to all eligible people to get vaccinated. Together we have to make the country corona free.’
Modi did not set a route to reach AIIMS and chose the morning time, so that his convoy would not cause trouble to the common people. Modi’s schedule to get the vaccine was also not informed in advance, but the Prime Minister surprised everyone by a sudden visit to AIIMS.