Actress Meera Chopra, on May 28, took the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and shared a picture on her social media accounts. While many people belonging to the age group of 18-44 are struggling to get vaccination slots, Meera raised eyebrows with the picture. However, now it has come across that the actress, who is global star Priyanka Chopra Jonas' cousin, used a fake identity card to get herself vaccinated. Now, Meera has deleted the picture.
Meera took her first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at the Parking Plaza vaccination centre after allegedly showing a fake ID card that stated she works at Om Sai Aarogya Care Pvt Ltd as a supervisor. Bharatiya Janta Party’s Thane unit president and Member of Legislative Council Niranjan Davkhare pointed it out on social media and asked whether the agency has hired her or gave her a fake ID for the purpose of vaccination. A complaint has been filed in Thane police station.
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— Niranjan Davkhare (@niranjandtweets) May 29, 2021
Meera recently made headlines for clarifying that she isn't getting work because of her cousin Priyanka. In an interview, she said, "The only time when I came to Bollywood there was a buzz that Priyanka Chopra's sister is also coming but honestly I have not faced many comparisons. I have not got any work because of Priyanka. If I needed a producer, they have not cast me as I am her sister. Honestly, being related to her has not helped me in my career but it has really helped me in a way that people did take me seriously."