Coronavirus: India Sent More Vaccines Abroad Than: Yashwant Sinha's Attack On PM Narendra Modi

Coronavirus: India Sent More Vaccines Abroad Than: Yashwant Sinha's Attack On PM Narendra Modi

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Yashwant Sinha criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi over India's vaccine policy

Former Union minister and senior Trinamool leader Yashwant Sinha tweeted a video clip of a speech by the Indian representative at a discussion in the United Nations to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi over what has come to be known as the government's "vaccine diplomacy". It was one of several defiant tweets from opposition leaders after the arrest of 17 people by the Delhi Police, which reports to the Union Home Ministry, for criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the ongoing vaccine shortage. The list includes Rahul Gandhi of the Congress and Mohua Moitra of the Trinamool Congress.

"A 10 sec video that EXPOSES MODI. India's representative at the @UN  informed the United Nations that India sent more vaccines abroad than has vaccinated its own people. Modi is now truly a world leader. Indians can go to hell," read Mr Sinha's post accompanying the video clip.

A 10 sec video that EXPOSES MODI. India's representative at the @UN informed the United Nations that India sent more vaccines abroad than has vaccinated its own people. Modi is now truly a world leader. Indians can go to hell. pic.twitter.com/tTF8q60HT5

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