Actress Saumya Tandon, who plays Anita Bhabhi in the TV serial ‘Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’, has also been accused of taking the corona vaccine through a fake ID card.
Another shocking news has come to light from the report of the investigation committee into the case of actress Meera Chopra taking the vaccine with the help of a fake ID card. The news is that Meera Chopra is not the only celebrity to take the vaccine illegally in this way. It is reported that actress Saumya Tandon, who played the popular character of Anita Bhabhi in the serial ‘Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’, has also used bogus ID to get the vaccine.
Actress Saumya Tandon has also used bogus ID to get the vaccine, a claim is being made after the name of the actress concerned appeared in the investigation report of Thane Municipal Corporation. It has been learned that 21 fake IDs have been issued in this way so far. Of these, 15 people have been vaccinated using fake IDs.
Who is actress Saumya Tandon?
Actress Saumya Tandon made her acting debut with the TV serial ‘Aisa Des Hai Mera’. She has also appeared in the role of Roop in the film ‘Jab We Met’. After this, she has appeared as a facilitator in programs like ‘Comedy Circus’, ‘Dance India Dance’. But Saumya Tandon reached the peak of popularity with the character of Anita Bhabhi in the serial ‘Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’. She was appearing in this role for the last 5 years. For the time being, she has left this serial. After 10 years of dating, Saumya married a boyfriend in 2016. In 2019, she gave birth to a son. It is said about Saumya that she is very much influenced by Akshay Kumar’s fitness mantra.
Meera Chopra got vaccination done by fake ID
Before Saumya Tandon, actress Meera Chopra also took the vaccine by showing bogus ID, giving fake information about working as a supervisor at the Kovid Center of the parking plaza of Thane Municipal Corporation. He himself shared this information in his Twitter and Instagram account. When there was a lot of criticism on this, he deleted his tweet.
Let us inform that in view of the crisis of vaccine shortage, at present the program of vaccination for persons between the age group of 18 to 44 years has been postponed. So that all the doses of the vaccine available can be used to give to persons above 45 years of age. In such a situation, the vaccine is being given to only those people below 45 years of age who are frontline workers, that is, people associated with health facilities or people associated with essential services. Some fake IDs of similar workers have been created by private companies, which have been reported to be used illegally. 21 such bogus IDs have been created. Of these, 19 people have been told as supervisors and 2 people have been told as attendants.
Action on bogus frontline vaccine episode
It has been recommended to file a criminal offense on the report of the inquiry committee related to such bogus frontline worker vaccine case. Soon this report has been received by the Municipal Commissioner Dr. Bipin Sharma.