The play-pretend "health" official believes that his country's successful development of a China virus vaccine is "a special achievement" that nobody can deny. Those who lack "faith in the scientists and the power of India," he further stated, are "mentally challenged."
"Some mentally challenged people will never improve, especially the leadership of the Congress, which finds fault in everything," Pradhan further stated during a speech in criticism of those Indian leaders who are raising skepticism about the jabs.
Pradhan insists that most Indians are welcoming the government's vaccine initiative with open arms. Only a small few, he says, influenced by "negative" politicians, are considering not getting jabbed.
The fossil fuel chief wants everyone to get vaccinated with one of India's two new COVID-19 vaccines, both of which received emergency approval from the nation's government over the weekend.
"Covishield" was developed by the Pune-based Serum Institute and is based on the China virus formula contained in the vaccine being rolled out by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford. "Covaxin," developed by Indian pharmaceutical giant Bharat Biotech, is the other WuFlu jab being rolled out in India.
"Covishield is believed to be at least 62-percent effective, a value considerably lower than competing drugs," reports RT. "Covaxin has not yet released stage-three trial data."
Because trial data for Covaxin has not yet been published, many Indian members of parliament are objecting to the drug's approval. The only reason it is on the market, they say, is so the Indian government can brag about delivering a "cure" for the plandemic.
MP Shashi Tharoor suggested that the Indian government "prefers slogans over substance," adding that "chest-thumping 'vaccine nationalism'" has "trumped common sense and a generation of established scientific protocols."
Ashutosh Sinha, head of India's Samajwadi (Socialist) Party, went even further in suggesting that the vaccine "might contain something which can cause harm," such as "impotency" or a "decrease" in the population.
An Indian whistleblower has already come forward to reveal that one of India's experimental COVID-19 vaccines caused him serious harm, including a "neurological and psychological breakdown."
It was determined that the whistleblower developed acute neuro-encephalopathy, which left him "totally disoriented" to the point that he was no longer able to recognize his close family and relatives.
This individual attempted to sue the Serum Institute of India (SII), only to have the drug company sue him in return.
Dr. Venugopal G. Somani, however, who works as India's Drugs Controller General, says that none of this is real and the vaccines are "110 percent safe."
Meanwhile, India is mulling the approval of several other vaccines, including Russia's Sputnik V, which is supposedly 91.4 percent effective (at something). The Pfizer / BioNTech jab that is being peddled here in the United States along with Moderna's jab is said to be about 95 percent effective.
"All these countries that are running out of options are bolstering their militaries to keep the train going down the same tracks," wrote one RT commenter. "The U.S. is moving towards a forced vax program and will inject the population with RFID chips."
"The only mentally challenged people are the ones pushing the vaccine that is not even a year old," wrote another, flipping the script against the vaccine pushers.
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