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    In light of recent news about AstraZeneca acknowledging Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome (TTS) as a side effect in the UK, the Awaken India Movement (AIM) has raised concerns about the safety of the Covishield vaccine. AIM, along with professors and doctors, spoke to the media on Monday to express their worries. They pointed out that Covishield, made by the Serum Institute of India, along with other Covid vaccines approved under Emergency Use Authorization without completing clinical trials, should be studied for side effects in India.

    According to Saraswati Kavula of AIM, the government has ignored their requests to investigate deaths and complications from vaccine side effects. They claim that there have been 19,273 deaths in adults and 186 deaths in children related to vaccines by 2023. AIM is urging the government to compensate all vaccine victims, set up fast-track courts, establish active surveillance and monitoring systems, review the science behind Covid vaccines, and audit the commercialization of these vaccines.

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    The movement demands accountability for officials who misled the public into taking Covid vaccines, which they believe have caused widespread harm. They want those responsible to face criminal punishment for the deaths and injuries inflicted on Indian citizens.

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