Government New Delhi: Prime minister Narendra Modi has announced a major change in vaccination policy in an address to the country on Monday. Prime minister Modi has announced that it is now the centre of government, in order to get the vaccine as a part of the state. Along with this, it is also said to be providing free vaccines to all people between the ages of 18 and 21 June, and to extend the period of validity of the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana application until November. In this situation, the central government and the need, now more than in the past.
Rs 50,000 thousand crore, which is required for the free vaccination
Sources in the ministry of Finance has estimated that the new vaccination policy, announced by the Prime minister, Modi is now demanding Rs 45 000 to 50 000 in a crore. However, he said that at present, there is no shortage of money to buy the vaccine, due to the fact that its meant to be pulled out of the government budget. Overall, in this year’s budget, finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman allocated Rs 35,000 crore to buy the vaccine and distribute it to the people.
So far, the state has already spent the money on the purchase of Kovaksin, Kovisilda, and the Orbits are only out of the budget. Recently, the central government gave an advance payment of 1500 crore for up to 300 million doses of the vaccine, which is offered by the local vaccine, Biological E.
We, the governments, and not the lack of money for vaccines
Sources in the finance ministry, said that to meet the demand arising from the budget of the provision in the regulation of the european Parliament’s resolutions will be passed by another program, the contributions to the winter session of the Parliament. Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that there will be no lack of money for vaccines.
PMGKAY complete, up to 1-to-1. 3 lakh crores
On the other hand, Prime minister Modi announced the continuation of Pradhan Mantri Stranger in a water pipe, Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) as early as in November). In the fiscal year, the cost of 1.1 to 1.3 lakh crores, can occur within the framework of that system. The central government has launched the program in March, 26, 2020, with a view of the lockdowns in the first wave of the coronavirus in the last year.
This PMGKAE up to 5 kg of food grains are issued free of charge, once a month for all of the benefisiarlara within the scope of the National Food Security Act 2013. Thus, in 2021-22, an additional expenditure of about 1.15 lakh crore, is expected to vaccines, as well as the food.