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India proved its leadership in COVID management: Nadda after visiting vaccination facility at AIIMS

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India proved its leadership in COVID management: Nadda after visiting vaccination facility at AIIMS

India proved its leadership in COVID management: Nadda after visiting vaccination facility at AIIMS

National President of Bharatiya Janata Party JP Nadda on March 25 visited COVID vaccination facility at AIIMS Delhi on the completion of one of the nationwide lockdown.

After visiting the facility, Nadda said that the country has proved to be a leader in COVID management, vaccination drive and manufacturing vaccines.

"India has proved to be a leader as far as COVID management is concerned, as far as COVID cure is concerned and as far as COVID medicines are concerned," he said.

He hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the successful managing the machinery to fight against COVID-19.

The BJP national president also hailed medical fraternity for their services.

He also asserted that the testing capacity of the country has also increased from 1500 per day to 15 lakh.

On March 25,2020 Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19.


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