The Congress leader said India will soon be one of the COVID-19 vaccine producing countries and the government must spell out its strategy now.
He further said that the Centre will need a vaccine access strategy that is inclusive and equitable, ensuring availability, affordability and fair distribution.
Rahul Gandhi posted a graph of daily cases being recorded by the US, Brazil and India -- the three worst hit nations in terms of caseload.
Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said Rahul has shown the courage and mettle to take on the government by "pointing out and criticising every anti-people policy".
The two leaders had a "frank, open and conclusive discussion", AICC general secretary (Organisation) K C Venugopal said in a statement.
According to sources, the meeting was initiated by the High Command itself. It helped that all the MLAs of the Pilot group have repeatedly said their displeasure is not with the party...
Rahul Gandhi's objections to draft EIA 'unnecessary and premature': Union minister Prakash Javadekar
Javadekar said that those opposing the draft EIA 2020 are the same people who took 'big decisions without consultations' when they were in power.
Note ban, 'faulty' implementation of GST, lockdown 'destroyed' India's economic structure: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi alleging that the Modi government's decision of demonetisation, its faulty implementation of GST destroyed the country's economic structure.
For millions of Indians, already living on the edge, the environment isn't an abstract term, but a life and livelihood issue, Rahul Gandhi said.
Gandhi also urged Congress workers to lend a helping hand and do whatever they can to mitigate the suffering of the affected.