New Delhi, 29/4 (AO bureau):Due to the photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) on the Vaccine Certificate, a person from Punjab has refused to get the vaccine. He says that the photo of PM Modi has been forcibly put on the certificate. Not only this, he has also written a letter to the Chief Minister of the state Captain Amarinder Singh. Earlier, during the West Bengal assembly elections, there was a controversy over the photo of PM Modi’s certificate.
According to media reports, Chamanlal, a former professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, has not yet been vaccinated. He explains the reason behind this being the photo of PM Modi in the certificate. They say that this document should be signed by a medical officer. 74-year-old Chamanlal has said that he needs to get vaccinated, but has not taken a dose due to this personal and social objection.
According to reports, Chamanlal says that there is no picture of a political leader on any vaccine certificate issued in other countries. He said that people in India are being given certificates along with the picture of the leader sitting in power. Media reports say that he has also told the ruling party’s policies responsible for deaths due to corona virus in the country.
He has requested the Punjab government to remove the PM’s photo from the vaccine certificate. However, this is not the first time that there has been a dispute regarding the PM’s photo on the certificate. A few weeks ago Nawab Malik, the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party and a minister in the Maharashtra government, also raised questions in this matter. According to the language, Malik had said that if the photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is put on the vaccination certificate, then the photo of the death certificate of those who lost their life should be put on the Covid-19.