India obliged to vaccinate as per agreement: MA Mannan


Planning Minister MA Mannan said India did not have a legal chance to pull out of the Coroner's Ticker deal at the Seram Institute. He says the law doesn't speak for itself. However, India has created a deficit in its own capacity to provide vaccines. Due to this there has been some problem.

The minister made the remarks at a briefing after a meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC). A briefing was held online from the minister's office after the ECNEC meeting. Responding to a question from reporters about the vaccine, the planning minister further said that India is morally obliged to vaccinate as per the agreement. But they are our neighbors. We know what a deadly infection is going on in Corona there. Because of this, they themselves have created a crisis of corona vaccine.

However, the government is not collecting vaccines. Work is underway to collect vaccines from alternative channels. However, the ECNEC main meeting did not discuss the corona vaccine. The briefing was attended by Planning Secretary Mohammad Zainul Bari, Member and Secretary of the Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Department (IMED) Pradeep Ranjan Chakraborty, Member Secretary of the Department of Physical Infrastructure Mamun-al-Rashid, Member Secretary of the Department of Socio-Social Infrastructure Nasima Begum, Member of the Department of Industrial Energy and Chib Sharifa. Khan and other officials were present.

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