Jabalpur News: One crore vaccination per day should be ensured and it should be free, Congress demands from the President
Jabalpur, New Dunia Rep. According to the instructions of State Congress President Kamal Nath, the Jabalpur City Congress Committee submitted a memorandum to the District Administration Officer in the name of His Excellency the President. Through this a demand has been made that one crore vaccinations should be ensured every day and every Indian should have free vaccination.
City Congress President Dinesh Yadav, Cantonment Council Vice President Abhishek Chaukse, Vishwa Mohan, Vivek Awasthi, Leader of Opposition Rajesh Sonkar, Former Councilor Mukesh Rathore, Bhagatram Singh, Abhishek Yadav, Amrish Mishra, Tikaram Koshta, Block President Shivkumar Choubey, Shekhar Soni in the Civic Center , Sanjay Ahirwar, Vijay Rajak, Jitendra Yadav, Pankaj Agrahari, Rajju Saraf, Anil Gupta, Kaushal Yadav, Saurabh Gautam, Rahul Rajak, Smt. Khurshid Ansari, Deepak Aggarwal and others submitted a memorandum saying that it is sad that the Modi government has stopped Corona. He has shied away from his responsibility to fight. And the people have been left on their own terms. The truth is that the BJP government at the Center is guilty of mismanagement of COVID-19.
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The formula of traders of Garha is applicable in the whole city: In the Corona period, the shops of the market should be opened according to the right and left. This proposal of the traders of Garha was so liked by the administration that it was implemented in the whole city. Not only did this bring relief to the shopkeepers, but the administration’s concern about the risk of spreading Kovid infection has also reduced. Rajesh Princi of the Traders Association expressed his gratitude to the collector. He also assured that the traders of Garha will continue to cooperate with the administration with vigilance. Will never put the city in danger to compensate for the loss caused by the lockdown.