Those who called it ‘BJP vaccine’ are now complaining of its shortage, mocks Kateel


Team Udayavani, May 14, 2021, 2:43 PM IST

Mangaluru: State BJP president Nalin Kumar Kateel has said that those who criticised the vaccine and called it ‘BJP vaccine’ are today crying due to its shortage.

Speaking at a news conference here, he also said that presently two factories in the country are working in producing the vaccine. Already 19 crores vaccines have been produced.

“By making false claims about the vaccine they misguided and flirted with people’s lives,” he added.

“There are so many people working day and night involved in making the vaccine. Opposition parties, however, are misleading the people. They should instead instil confidence in people and advise instead of criticising whenever there are differences with the government,” Kateel said.

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