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Bihar Minister praises Centre's free Covid vaccine, says people are alive today because of Narendra Modi

As per the Health Ministry data India's Covid-19 vaccination coverage has exceeded 204.25 crore (2,04,25,69,509)
06:20 PM Jul 31, 2022 IST | APN Live
bihar minister praises centre s free covid vaccine  says people are alive today because of narendra modi

Bihar minister Ram Surat Rai on Friday heaped praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for providing free Covid vaccine to all and credited him for saving millions of lives.


Showering praise on PM Modi, the BJP leader also claimed that the people are alive today because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, under whose leadership India ran the world’s biggest vaccination drive during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Addressing a public gathering in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur, Rai said if Indians are alive, the credit goes to Narendra Modi. PM Modi developed Covid vaccine during pandemic and administered its free doses to people of the country, he said.


Bihar Minister also said several countries are still battling the economic impact of the pandemic, but in India, the work is being done at a fast pace to strengthen the economy.

In his speech, Rai also praised PM Modi and applauded the regulatory reforms and supportive nature of the central government throughout the vaccination drive.

Taking a dig at Pakistan’s vaccination drive, the Bihar Minister said when India’s neighbouring Pakistan was struggling due to Covid-19, PM Modi started vaccination drive in India and provided free vaccines for everyone.

As per the Health Ministry data India’s Covid-19 vaccination coverage has exceeded 204.25 crore (2,04,25,69,509). India crossed the milestone of administering 200 crore Covid vaccination doses on July 17, eighteen months after the vaccination drive began in the country.

Ahead of Independence Day, the Central government has announced a special Covid vaccination drive to provide free vaccines to people aged 18 years and above from July 15 to September 30, 2022.

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