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He is a distant relative of mine, I do not know how to get the vaccine – Fadnavis

Taking the vaccine of Tanmay Fadnavis on social media, the photo has gone viral. According to reports, Tanmay had posted a photo of the second dose of the vaccine at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Nagpur.

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Former Maharashtra Chief Minister and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis has presented a clarification after the photograph of the relative’s vaccine went viral on social media. Fadnavis has said that he supports the covid vaccination protocol and no one should be allowed to get the vaccine without qualification. Also, Fadnavis tried to distance himself from relative Tanmay Fadnavis.

In his clarification, Devendra Fadnavis said that Tanmay Fadnavis is his distant relative and he does not know on what basis he got the vaccine.

“If it is taken under the guidelines, then there should be no objection. But if the rules are violated, then it is wrong. My wife and daughter have also not taken the vaccine, as they are not eligible. I believe that everyone should follow the rules. “

What is the whole matter? Why the ruckus is happening?

Taking the vaccine of Tanmay Fadnavis on social media, the photo has gone viral. According to reports, Tanmay had posted a photo of the second dose of the vaccine at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Nagpur.

According to a report by The Indian Express, NCI director Shailesh Joglekar told, “Under which provision he got his first dose, we are not aware of it. They showed us the certificate and we gave them another dose of vaccine at our center. ” Tanmay took the first dose of the vaccine at Seven Hills Hospital in Mumbai.

Tanmay Fadnavis is the grandson of Eastern BJP MLA Shobha Fadnavis. According to reports, Tanmay has now deleted this post.

The whole ruckus about Tanmay’s vaccine is about his age. Tanmay’s age is said to be around 22 years, and people under 45 in India are not yet eligible for the vaccine. In the new order on April 19, the central government has made all people above 18 years eligible for the vaccine, but this process will start from May 1. That is, people below 45 years of age may not get vaccinated before 1 May.

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