Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said on Tuesday that arrangements were being made to vaccinate all pilgrims this year.
Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said on Tuesday that arrangements were being made to vaccinate all pilgrims this year. According to an official statement, Naqvi discussed various issues related to Hajj-2211 with Hajj committee officials and ‘Hajj group organizers’ at Hajj House (Mumbai).
On this occasion, he said, “Arrangements are being made to vaccinate Corona for all pilgrims coming from India.” Naqvi targeted him, citing statements by some opposition leaders about the Carona vaccine. And said that some frustrated leaders are expressing doubts about the effectiveness of the coronavirus vaccine produced in India.
Naqvi’s remarks came after some Congress leaders questioned the emergency use of the India biotech vaccine during the third phase of the trial. Naqvi said the same people were questioning the corona vaccine, who questioned the steps taken by the Modi government for the welfare of the people during the corona crisis.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone ahead and played the role of ‘problem solver’ in the Corona crisis. The result of his visionary, effective leadership is that despite being a country with such a large population, India has fought hard against Corona’s defeat,” he said. Fatwa shop “opened and sell” fatwa “like vegetables. Thus, those who are “fake federation of fatwas” always stand to confuse the people. “
Regarding Hajj-2021, Naqvi said, “The estimated cost of Hajj pilgrims has also come down. So far, more than 700 women have applied for Hajj in 2021, except about 50 per cent of the people who have applied for Hajj are female” Mehram “(male relatives). More than 2,100 women applied for Hajj without a “mehram”, and these women will be able to go on Hajj this time.
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