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'We are not part of it': PM Modi's message to politicians on 1st phase of Covid vaccination exercise

IndiaTimes Monday, 11 January 2021 ()
Prime Minister Modi on Monday advised politicians to stay out of the first round of vaccination exercise beginning on January 16. "This is my personal suggestion and no one should take it otherwise. We, public representatives, are not part of it," the PM said as he announced that Centre will bear the expenses of vaccinating nearly three crore healthcare and frontline workers.
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