Eliminating the fear from the hearts and minds of the people regarding the Corona vaccine is no less than a big challenge for the government. At the same time, on this hesitation in the Muslim community, Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said on Thursday that Haj Committees, Waqf Board, Central Waqf Council and self-help groups should “Jaan hai to jahan hai” to clear misconceptions about vaccination. being included in the campaign.
Meanwhile, a Mumbai-based NGO and Muslim clerics have joined hands to run an awareness campaign for slum dwellers in the city, Naqvi told news agency ANI. The NGO ‘Bhamla Foundation’ brought together Maulana and Maulvis from various mosque committees in Mumbai and urged them to conduct awareness campaigns in the slums.
This group will not only spread awareness but will also make arrangements for booking slots for vaccination for the people. This organization has also prepared a war room for all the arrangements for its campaign. Asif Bhamla, President, Bhamla Foundation, while talking to ANI said, “This initiative will instill confidence in the Muslim community about the Kovid vaccination.
He said that many people are afraid of vaccination due to some misconceptions, so we have included Maulana and Maulvis who can explain to the people. We want them to remove this hesitation among Muslims. Maulvi Maulana Tabrez, who participated in the campaign, said that people have many misconceptions about the corona vaccine. Some say they will die after taking it, while others are concerned about side effects. To remove this misinformation, we are going door-to-door in two different shifts to spread awareness about vaccination. After our awareness campaign many people have agreed to vaccinate.” Maulana Tabrez said that we are trying to reach at least 100 to 150 people in a day.