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BJP creating awareness about Covid vaccination: Delhi party unit chief

Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta on Thursday said that the central government is running free COVID-19 inoculation centres in the city in "top gear"

BJP | Coronavirus | Vaccination

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

India achieved a new single-day vaccination milestone on Tuesday with almost 13 million doses administered.

Delhi president Adesh Gupta on Thursday said that the central government is running free COVID-19 inoculation centres in the city in "top gear" and party workers are creating awareness among people about

He also said that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "able leadership", the country will overcome the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gupta was speaking at one of the 215 "thanks giving meetings" organised by the party in different areas of the city.

Addressing a meeting at ITO crossing, he said that in a country of over 130 crore people, the way the Modi government has handled the pandemic would set an example for the world.

"The central government is running the free campaign in the entire city in top gear and party workers are going to every household to create awareness among people about the necessity for the vaccination," Gupta said.

"But the Kejriwal government is only busy taking credit for this through advertisements and publicity and should know the battle against can't be won on the basis of publicity alone," he said.

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First Published: Thu, September 09 2021. 20:38 IST