Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Friday address the nation at 10 am, a tweet from the official handle of the Prime Minister's Office at 7 am confirmed

FP Staff October 22, 2021 07:23:52 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Image courtesy narendramodi.in

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation, a day after India achieved the milestone of administering 100-crore COVID-19 vaccine doses.

A tweet from the official handle of the Prime Minister's Office at 7 am had confirmed the same.

On Thursday, India had completed administering 100 crore COVID-19 vaccines in a record feat.

According to PTI, the prime minister had hailed it as history being scripted and, in an opinion piece on Friday, and described India's COVID-19 vaccination drive as a journey from "anxiety to assurance" that has made the country emerge stronger, and credited its success to people's trust in the vaccines despite "various efforts to create mistrust and panic".

This is a developing story.

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