PM extends greetings on World Health Day

PM extends greetings on World Health Day

Shri Narendra Modi wished everyone a healthy and happy World Health Day. He thanked everyone who worked in the health sector. He said that Ayushman Bharat and PM Jan Aushadhi schemes are playing a vital role to ensuring high quality and affordable healthcare to our citizens. In the last 8 years, he said, the medical education sector has gone through a lot of changes. Several new medical colleges have opened up. He said the government of India wants to make it easier for Indians to study medicine in local languages, which will boost the aspirations of a lot of students.

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Using social media site Twitter, he conveyed

“आरोग्यं परमं भाग्यं स्वास्थ्यं सर्वार्थसाधनम्॥

Greetings on World Health Day. May everyone be blessed with good health and wellness. Today is also a day to express gratitude to all those associated with the health sector. It is their hardwork that has kept our planet protected.”

“The Government of India is working tirelessly to augment India’s health infrastructure. The focus is on ensuring good quality and affordable healthcare to our citizens. It makes every Indian proud that our nation is home to the world’s largest healthcare scheme, Ayushman Bharat.”

“I feel very happy when I interact with beneficiaries of schemes such as PM Jan Aushadhi. Our focus on affordable healthcare has ensured significant savings for the poor and middle class. At the same time we are strengthening our Ayush network to further boost overall wellness.”

“In the last 8 years, the medical education sector has undergone rapid transformations. Several new medical colleges have come up. Our government’s efforts to enable study of medicine in local languages will give wings to the aspirations of countless youngsters.”

 

OV Digital Desk