India Will Have 200 Crore COVID-19 Vaccine Doses By Dec: JP Nadda

Mumbai: BJP President JP Nadda said that the country will have 200 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses by December 2021. Further, he lauded the preparations of the Central government to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Inaugurating BJP’s new office building in Arunachal Pradesh through video conference, Nadda said, “Last year we had a testing lab and our testing capacity was 1500. Today 25 lakh samples are being tested and we have 2500 labs. The preparation of the Government of India to combat COVID is commendable and reflects the country’s strength.”

“Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we increased our oxygen production from 900 MT to 9446 MT to provide to the states. Within 9 months, India had two vaccines – an unprecedented step in the history of our country. At the beginning of the campaign, only 2 companies were making the vaccine. Today there are 13 vaccine manufacturing companies in India. By December, 19 companies in India will be making vaccines and India will have 200 crore vaccine doses,” the BJP chief said.

Interacting with party workers in Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP national president said, “In the last two decades, the BJP has shifted from a single room to a dedicated office. The office is spread over 472 square kilometres, it has six floors and 33 rooms, canteens, conference rooms, IT-Social media cells and libraries too. It has every amenity a karyalaya needs.”

Talking about the growth of BJP in Arunachal Pradesh, he said that BJP has grown rapidly in Arunachal Pradesh in a short span of time.

“We remember that in 1985, the party used to have one MLA. Today, we have formed a government here in Arunachal Pradesh with 48 MLAs. It gives us immense pleasure knowing that the BJP has won in the gram sabha, Zila Parishad and Itanagar Municipal Corporation elections. In Itanagar Corporation, the BJP won 10 out of 20 seats,” he added.

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