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Will take action if true: DyCM on alleged ‘vaccine trade’ by BJP leaders


Team Udayavani, May 30, 2021, 10:19 AM IST

Bengaluru: Responding to the vaccine trade allegations levelled against BJP MP Tejasvi Surya and his uncle MLA Ravi Subramanya, Karnataka Deputy CM Ashwath Narayan said that action will be taken if there is any truth.

This comes after a person in leaked audio is heard saying that the hospital has to pay ₹700 per dose to MLA Subramanya because he procured the vaccine.

Narayan said, ” There is no truth in an MLA procuring any vaccine. Both Tejasvi Surya & Ravi Subramanya had requested for capping vaccine price. If there’s any truth, we’ll take action”

“Some health institutions would have procured vaccines from respective companies and have charged for vaccination. Government has made it clear that Rs 200 should be charged for vaccination,” he added

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