Prime Minister Narendra Modi has got the first corona vaccine. He was awarded a dose of Kovaxin of Bharat Biotech. He reached Delhi AIIMS on Monday morning with a sore throat of Assam. Sister P Niveda of Puducherry vaccinated Modi here, during which Sister Rosamma Anil of Kerala was standing nearby. Assembly elections are due in these three states from 27 March to 6 April. Sister P Niveda later told the media that the Prime Minister, after getting the vaccine, said, “Even though it was planted, it was not known.” P Niveda, a nurse from Puducherry, got the Prime Minister vaccinated. The other nurses who were present are from Kerala. At the time of getting the vaccine, Modi was tugging at the neck of Assam. It is a symbol of the blessings of the women there. Modi has been seen wearing such a pot on several occasions before. It is also a coincidence that elections will be held in Kerala, Puducherry and Assam in March-April. The Prime Minister shared a smiling photo of the time the vaccine was placed on social media. Through this, he tried to remove the doubts of common people about the vaccine. At the same time, he also gave a message to those leaders of the opposition who questioned the process of approval of vaccination and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.