Modi’s India is a ‘giver’, not ‘taker’, says Nadda
   Date :11-May-2022

Nadda 
 
 
 
AMBALA,
 
BJP President JPNadda on Monday lauded the country’s health sector and the in-house development of Covid vaccines, calling India a “changing nation” under Narendra Modi that now offered something to the world rather than being a mere seeker. Inaugurating the Atal Cancer CareCentre,setuphereatthecost ofRs72crore,Naddacreditedthe Modi government for bringing a “big change” in the health sector. Pointingatthe gathering,hesaid, “Nobody is wearing a mask.Who gave this ‘suraksha kavach’ (shield)?” Nadda said PM Modi “saved” 130 crore people in the country from coronavirus. He claimed it took many years forvaccinesfordiseaseslikechicken pox and polio to reach India underthepreviousGovernments. Whenthe COVIDpandemichit India in January 2020, the Modi Governmentsetupataskforceand within nine months two vaccines were developed, he said. “This is what a changing country is,” he said, asserting that India now is a “giver”andnota“taker”--“Abhum lene wale nahin hein, dene wale hein.”Naddaclaimedthatdespite its better health services the USA felt helpless before the pandemic,referring alsotothemaskworn by President Joe Biden.