Camps are facilitated through Fortis, Hindu Sabha, and Sai Hospital. "I don't pay for vaccines, I organize camps," he said. BJP MLA Mihir Kotecha recently launched a vaccination drive for over 250 students traveling abroad for study. In the last week of May, BJP leader Ashish Shelar organized a three-day vaccination drive at the Apollo Hospital, demanding that every registered person pay Rs 1,000 per dose. The camp was organized by the Bandra Hindu Association on Linking Road for a thousand people. We organized everything.
The vaccination was carried out by Apollo Hospital, the people who paid for it, said Shelar, who shared a Google document extensively for registration with his photo in a post. In Juhu, banners of MP Poonam Mahajan, MLA Satam, and corporator Anees Makwani were launched by the BJP and BMC's K-West ward
at the Rotary Club Vaccination Center. BMC has no affiliation with any political party, said Dr. K.S. Ajit Pampadwar said. Ward No. 71
is the ward of McQueen. We are not in alliance with the BJP. BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said the corporator would be given a show-cause notice.
BMC cannot be dragged into such activities; we have no affiliation with any political party or politician for immunization. Manohar Agnani, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, said in a letter sent to all the states on May 29. There are only four options for vaccination under the Cowin guidelines - Government Center, Private Vaccination Center, Government Office, Government Hospital, Private Office for Private Hospitals, Vaccination Center for the Elderly and Disabled, Home Housing Societies, RWA Offices, and Community Centers. House, schools/colleges, and old age homes temporarily.