NEW DELHI: The Delhi government will float a global tender for procuring coronavirus vaccines, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced Tuesday, while accusing the BJPruled Centre of “forcing” state governments to compete among themselves in the international market for Covid vaccines.
The BJP hit back at the AAP leader, saying his global tender announcement was aimed at “diverting” attention from his earlier claim that the Delhi government has placed orders with two manufacturers within the country to supply 1.34 crore doses.
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