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Covid-19 vaccines don't belong to any political party, but humanity: Omar Abdullah

IndiaTimes Saturday, 2 January 2021
Covid-19 vaccines do not belong to any political party, but humanity, National Conference leader Omar Abdullah said on Saturday, hours after Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav termed coronavirus vaccines to be rolled out in the country as "vaccine of the BJP". We cannot get vaccinated by the BJP's vaccine."
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