Former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has drawn flak after pictures of his 22-year-old nephew receiving COVID-19 vaccination went viral on social media.Tanmay Fadnavis shared a photo of him getting the vaccine jab on Instagram, triggering a political controversy. He had reportedly received both the doses of the vaccine - one in Mumbai and the other one at the National Cancer Institute in Nagpur.Only people above 45 years of age eligible for vaccinationAt present, people above 45 years of age are only eligible to be administered coronavirus vaccine under nationwide inoculation drive.Lashing out at Fadnavis, Youth Congress leader Srivatsa asked how his nephew, who is only 22-years-old, received the jab since only people above 45 years of age are eligible for it. “Dear @Dev_Fadnavis, is your Nephew Tanmay Fadnavis 45+ years old? If not, how is he eligible for taking the Vaccine? Just like Remdesivir, are you hoarding Vaccines & giving it to your family members? People are dying. There is Vaccine Shortage. But Fadnavis' family is Safe,” he said in a tweet.Srivatsa also requested Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to arrest Tanmay.He questioned PM Narendra Modi under what law are families of BJP leaders getting vaccinated against COVID-19 when they are still below 45 years of age.“Modiji, under what law are the families of BJP leaders getting Vaccines when they are still below 45 years of age? Tanmay Fadnavis has committed a crime & must be immediately arrested. Fraud Fadnavis has been caught again. People of Maharashtra are seeing what a traitor he is,” he said in another tweet. Many on Twitter hit out at Devendra Fadnavis and his nephew for showing off their privilege and breaking protocol while the poor suffer. On April 19, the Centre announced it is opening vaccination for all above 18 years of age from May 1.