India kick-started world’s largest vaccination drive against novel coronavirus that has killed hundreds of thousands people in the country on January 16. Considering the population and geography of India, it is worth commneding to start a process as big as this. World Leaders from across the globe has lauded PM Modi and Indian scientists for their efforts to eradicate the virus.
Maldivian President Ibrahim Solih on Monday called India’s inoculation process a ‘landmark programme’ while hoping that the country succeeds in its endeavour. “Congratulations to PM @narendramodi and the Indian government for its landmark programme to vaccinate India’s population against COVID-19,” Mr Solih tweeted on Sunday.
“I’m highly confident that you’ll be successful in this endeavour and that we are finally seeing an end to the COVID-19 scourge,” he said.
Replying to him, PM Modi said Indian scientists and health warriors have risen to the occasion and the vaccines being developed and manufactured in India will help our people as well as humanity at large in escaping from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Thank you, President @ibusolih. Our scientists and health-warriors have risen to the occasion,” PM Modi tweeted.
“The vaccines being developed and manufactured in India will help our people as well as humanity at large in escaping from the pandemic,” PM Modi said.
In a tweet, the president of Sri Lanka Shri Gotabaya Rajapaksa said, “My heartiest congratulations to Prime Minister Shri Narednra Modi on the successful roll out of the #COVID19 vaccine & his generosity towards friendly neighbouring countries.”
“Congratulations PM @narendramodi and the Government of India on taking this very important step with this massive #COVID19 Vaccination drive. We are starting to see the beginning of the end to this devastating pandemic,” said Mahinda Rajapaksa, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka.
In a tweet, the Prime Minister of Bhutan Dr Lotay Tshering Said “I would like to congratulate PM @narendramodi and the people of India for the landmark launch of nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive today. We hope it comes as an answer to pacify all the sufferings we have endured this pandemic.”