Balochistan Awami party (BAP) founder Saeed Ahmed Hashmi has raised objections about vaccination process against Covid-19. In the country and proposed that this responsibility be shifted to the army to ensure that every citizen is vaccinated.
He said that the current vaccination process and vaccine delivery would create controversy between the federal and state governments.
Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, BAP leader said “the private sector should not be allowed to import doses of the vaccines and only the state should arrange it”.
He welcomed China’s move to donate Covid-19 to Pakistan. In addition, he Says it was now the government’s responsibility to make sure the crowds got it without discrimination.
Shortly after the vaccination campaign began, there was controversy between the federal and state governments will starts. In recent days there have been concerns that the daughter and son-in-law of former Sindh governor Mohammad Zubayr have been vaccinated.
The VIP couple reportedly received the vaccine on February 6 at the Adult Vaccination Center on the Ojha campus of Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) by East District lawmakers.
It is unclear under what authority or under what pressure doctors decide to administer vaccines to humans. There are not meet the requirements for adults or primary care professionals. In this case, the Deputy Prime Minister notified the Sindh Health Department. To dismiss the district deputy employee of the East District Health Ministry. Read more
In short the only solution to end this controversy is to leave the vaccination process to the army. The BAP founder said the army was playing a vital role in supplying ventilators and medical equipment and medicines smoothly as the pandemic spreads across the country.