Jamila Azad Wiki
Jamila Azad Biography
Jamila Azad is a labor councilor who was reportedly suspended from the party after claiming that she had visited a “private care doctor” for a Covid hit, which is only available on the NHS. Today she was at the center of an investigation after posting on social media that she had been vaccinated.
Jamila Azad Age?
Jamila Azad is 65 years old.
Jamila Azad vaccination
The Facebook status update said that she had received the vaccine from a private doctor amid “a long wait for the NHS waiting list.” She is made weirder by the fact that the Oxfordshire county and town councilor’s age means that she currently can get the job anyway.
This morning, the Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency, as well as the Labor Party, were examining her claim.
Jamila Azad Facebook
Last week’s now-deleted post read: “My dear daughter took me to a private care doctor for the Covid 19 vaccine. A long wait for the NHS waiting list. We had taken Akber to take away. ”
The post, which has since been removed, included photos of the councilor and another woman.
It appears that they are being beaten by a doctor in uniform and personal protective equipment.
Jamila Azad suspended
Ms. Azad represents St. Clements and Cowley Marsh on the Oxfordshire County Council, and St. Clements on the Oxford City Council for Labor, but she has now been suspended from the party. When she was asked to comment on the post and her suspension from the Labor Party, Ms Azad said she did not want to comment.
Susan Brown, Labor Group Leader at Oxford City Council, and Liz Brighouse, Labor Group Leader at Oxfordshire County Council, issued a joint statement regarding the position.
It read: “Following a recent post on her Facebook account about her Covid 19 vaccination, Cllr Jamila Azad has been suspended for whipping by Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council Labor Groups, pending further investigation.
“Cllr Azad has now removed the publication in question.
“We will not comment further on this matter until the formal investigations have been completed.”
According to the Government, it is currently illegal for coronavirus vaccines to be administered outside of the NHS.