MUMBAI: Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut slammed Bharatiya Janata get together for promising free COVID-19 vaccine to those that vote for BJP in Bihar elections by its manifesto and stated it reveals discriminatory nature of the get together.
“Earlier it was – ‘tum mujhe khoon do,foremost tumhe azadi dunga’ (You give me blood, I will provide you with freedom) and now it is – ‘tum mujhe vote do,hum tumhe vaccine denge’ (Give us vote, we will provide you with vaccine). Solely those that vote for BJP will get vaccine, it reveals BJP’s discriminatory nature,” Raut stated on BJP’s promise of free COVID vaccine to all in Bihar.
“This type of assertion is bringing shame to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Are preparations underway to divide the nation? First, they used to divide individuals within the identify of caste and faith and now the identical is occurring within the identify of the vaccine,” he added. The Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) on Thursday launched its manifesto for three-phased Bihar elections and promised that after approval of coronavirus vaccine from ICMR, each individual within the state will get vaccinated freed from value.
Three vaccines are in superior levels of improvement within the nation, out of which two are in Part II and one is in Part-III trials.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman launched the get together’s manifesto.
Meeting elections in Bihar can be held on October 28, November three and seven and the counting of votes will happen on November 10. BJP is preventing the polls in alliance with JD-U, Hindustani Awam Morcha and Vikassheel Insaan Occasion (VIP).