The official twitter handle of BJP Bengal promised free COVID 19 vaccine for the people of the state after coming to power through one of its recent tweets. The tweet didn’t go well among the users of the micro blogging social media site as many came up with reactions asking whether vaccines are the products that were made to trade for votes.
“As soon as BJP government comes to power in West Bengal, COVID-19 vaccine will be provided free of cost to everyone.” read the tweet of BJP Bengal which was uploaded on Friday.
Check out the tweet here :
As soon as BJP government comes to power in West Bengal, COVID-19 vaccine will be provided free of cost to everyone. pic.twitter.com/gzxCOUMjpr— BJP Bengal (@BJP4Bengal) April 23, 2021
Actor Siddharth who is known for voicing against the Modi led government, wrote “When you are voted out of power one day, this country will truly be vaccinated. Its coming. We will still be here… at least to remind you of this tweet.” to express his frustration over the tweet.
When you are voted out of power one day, this country will truly be vaccinated. Its coming. We will still be here… at least to remind you of this tweet. https://t.co/VTT44SEeHW— Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) April 23, 2021
“Vaccine is not a carrot to dangle for votes, you shameless wankers” a twitter user replied whereas another one said “BJp is already in power in India. Technically shouldn’t we all be vaccinated free of cost to everyone”
Check out some of such reactions below :
Why is this an election promise by Bengal BJP? The BJP govt at the center should be doing it anyway. If they don’t it’d be their grave failure. You make a mockery of suffering. Ghouls.— Satadisha (@satadisha) April 23, 2021
BJp is already in power in India. Technically shouldn’t we all be vaccinated free of cost to everyone— Abdullah Deewana (@JeanDmello) April 23, 2021
Vaccine is not a carrot to dangle for votes, you shameless wankers— پربھا ਪ੍ਰਬਾ (@deepsealioness) April 23, 2021
Just a reminder for @narendramodi— ||Kullu Ki Manali||™ •°Arhan Stan°•💛 (@Rubina_16) April 23, 2021
You are the prime minister of India nd you have the responsibility of the whole freaking 29 states nd all of them are going to worse of all the time.
Before doing things for your political benifits you should have kept County first🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Most shameless party. What abt other states?— నరేంద్ర రెడ్డి || Stop Hindi Imposition (@Naren_Reddy23) April 23, 2021
This is so disgraceful….have been a supporter of Modi / BJP but this is low class— Saidi Reddy (@ksaidireddy) April 23, 2021
Why we can’t provide this now …??? Why you need to come into power for this …??? You own the centre government ..!!! So why disparity with people …???— Sandeep Pandey (@sandyinsatiable) April 23, 2021
if you dont come to power, u will not give vaccine to the citizens of Bengal ????— 👀 👀 🚜🚜🚜 (@CopraGemini32) April 23, 2021
ye besharam vaccine politics power greedy BJP kar rahi hai.
People of Bengal, vote wisely. u dont want these harbingers of death and dealers of life saving vaccines, BJP, as ur govt.
Just another nonsensical statement for all those moronic Bhakts to chew, digest and propagate.— Reena #standwithfarmers#stayhome (@ambath) April 23, 2021
No vaccine, no oxygen, no ICUs, no ventilators, no hospital beds…. come, let’s practise peacock dance. pic.twitter.com/c5QL9kNcJA
What about the states where BJP is already ruling?— Purushottam Agrawal (@puru_ag) April 23, 2021
So if BJP doesn’t come in power you’ll let the citizens be in the state they are and not ease their vaccination and treatment? Do you guys have families? Or are they immortal and immune ?— فلک کہکشاں (@Falak_Kahkashan) April 23, 2021
The COVID 19 virus continues to affect the people of India as they are cope up with news of increasing deaths and rising numbers of infections in large parts of the nation. Major cities in India reel from crumbling hospital infrastructure as lack of medical oxygen and hospital beds drive families of those infected to despair.
On Friday, India recorded as many as the world’s highest single-day spike with 3,32,730 fresh Covid-19 new cases in 24-hours, pushing the overall caseload to 1,62,63,695, according to the data provided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Friday morning. This is the first time any country has recorded over 300,000 cases in just 24 hours.