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PakVac: After rebuke of this tv reporter, Pak also prepared its own corona vaccine

Islamabad: Three months ago, Pakistan’s young revolutionary journalist Iqrar-ul-Hasan Syed slammed the Imran government on Twitter for the Pak Corona vaccine. After which Imran’s supporters started calling him a traitor. Now three months later, Pakistan government has prepared its own “PakVac” vaccine instead of relying on other countries to fight the corona epidemic.

Iqrar-ul-Hasan is a journalist of Pakistan’s famous news TV channel ARY News, who hosts the program “Sare Aam”. In this program, he does the work of exposing the works related to hypocrisy and superstition. That is why when it comes to the superstition and backwardness of his country, he speaks fearlessly on that too.

At present, the neighbouring country of Pakistan has launched its vaccine in the name of ‘PakVac’. It has been prepared with the help of Pakistan’s kind friend China. Only after this, the Health Department reiterated the Prime Minister of India and said, “We are coming out of difficult challenges. Through our friends, we are working to convert disaster into opportunity.”

Pakistan’s Special Assistant Health Dr. Faisal Sultan said, “We have found China close to us in this difficult period, which has helped us deal with the Corona crisis.” Faisal said that raw material was made available from China to prepare the vaccine, but even after this the work was not very easy. Dr. Sultan said that soon this vaccine will be produced locally on a large scale.

Describing it as an important day, Pakistan’s Union Planning Minister Asad Umar said that this vaccine of Pakistan is no less than a revolution. For this, he also thanked the health teams of Pakistan as well as the allies of China, who helped in arranging the production of the vaccine.

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