PM Modi’s slogan for ‘Sabka Saath’, ‘Sabka Vikas’, now modified to ‘Apniyan da saath’ , ‘Baakiyan Da Vinaash’
Ludhiana: Punjab Large Industrial Development Board Chairman Pawan Dewan at present focused the Union government over the shortage of corona vaccine within the state. He additionally questioned the price range and actuality of Rs 35,000 crore set by the central government for corona vaccination.
In a press release issued right here, Dewan stated that there was an enormous shortage of corona vaccine in Punjab. According to the newest figures, 17644 first and second dose corona vaccines have been administered within the state yesterday, which is way lower than the requirement and is the consequence of extreme shortage of corona vaccine.
This is as a result of the distribution of vaccines is being discriminated in opposition to by the central government and drive-through vaccines are being administered in BJP-ruled states. He disclosed that the central government had set a price range of Rs 35,000 crore for corona vaccination. But in 136 days, solely 190 million individuals have been capable of get the primary and second part doses. The nation’s inhabitants of about 139 crore wants 280 crore vaccines.
Similarly, Dewan has additionally questioned the unreasonable expenditure being incurred by the Modi government. This contains the creation of a brand new parliament at a value of Rs 20,000 crore, whereas the lives of the persons are extra vital. He stated that in such a scenario Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s slogan Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas has now grow to be apniyan tha saath, baakiyan da vinaash.
In these dire circumstances, medication are being blackmailed within the nation and it isn’t recognized the place the cash from the PM Care Fund has gone. “People now bear in mind the times of the UPA government led by Dr Manmohan Singh, when the excise obligation on petrol was Rs 9.48, which has now gone as much as Rs 32.98,” Dewan stated. Similarly, excise obligation on diesel was Rs 3.56, which is now Rs 31.83. Similarly, the worth of mustard oil which was Rs 60-70 per litre over the last 70 years has now gone as much as Rs 200, which has had a direct influence on most of the people who eat mustard oil.