‘Thank you Modiji’ for the free vaccine; UGC proposes to put PM flux in universities


  • Universities that share posters through social networks.
  • Organizations with opposition
  • Critics say the vaccine is paid for with tax money

New Delhi: The UGC has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to put up banners in universities to thank him for starting the distribution of the Kovid 19 vaccine to all those over 18 years of age. The move comes after the prime minister made clear that the country would provide free vaccines to everyone.

The Covid 19 vaccine, which the Central Government provides free of charge under the revised Central Vaccination Law, will be available to those over 18 years of age from June 21. This was followed by reports from universities, colleges and other technical education institutes. UGC Secretary Rajneesh Jain was reportedly asked to share the posters on the social media pages of colleges and universities.

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It has been suggested that all higher education institutions put up posters and labels in this regard in case the Central Government provides free vaccines to those over 18 years of age. Also attached is the poster in Hindi and English. Posters with the words “Thank you Modi” have been distributed in universities.

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Universities such as the University of Delhi, the University of Hyderabad and many private institutions have already shared posters thanking the Prime Minister on social media. But UGC’s decision to thank the Prime Minister for the free vaccine has drawn strong criticism from many quarters.

University of Delhi professor Rajesh Jha has said that it is wrong to use universities for government propaganda. Swaraj India President Yogendra Yadav says he was shocked as a former UGC member. Some professors at the University of Delhi point out that free vaccination is a human right and that it uses tax money. They also said that the central government cannot be blamed for the delay in administering the vaccine.

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