Serum Institute of India (SII), Pune based Company owned by Parsi owner, Adar Poonawala offered 60,000 Vaccine doses for his community members. (60,000 doses is his half day production)

But his offer was politely denied by Bombay Parsi Panchayat...

Eminent business tycoon, Ratan Tata, a Parsi’s comment that “We are Bharatiya first, than Parsi. We should wait for our turn to come.”

The relationship between Vaccination and Parsi community is not limited to Poonawala’s SII.

The bottles used for storing Vaccines are from ScotKaisha, a Parsi owned company owned by Rishad Dadachanji.

The trucks of Tata Motors are used for transporting the Vaccines.

The Aviation facility of Go Air, owned by Jeh Wadia, a Parsi, was utilised for transporting the Vaccines to far off destination.

The dry ice used during transportation were manufactured by Farooque Dadabhoy, another Parsi.

The Vaccinations have been stored in Godrej Refrigerator.

Yet, Parsis do not want any special favour in getting Vaccinations.

Because, they consider themselves Bharatiya, the son of soil and do not wish to be appeased and pampered as minority.

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