Publicado: Sol, Abril 15, 2018
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PM Narendra Modi to roll out Aysuhman Bharat tomorrow

PM Narendra Modi to roll out Aysuhman Bharat tomorrow

PM Modi, in his speech, said that the Centre had always worked in the favour of the poor, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, downtrodden, oppressed, deprived, backward, and women.

Leading the crowd into cheer of Jai Bhim, PM Modi said, "Bastar aur Bijapur ke aasman mein Babasaheb ke naam ki goonj humein, aap sabhi ko dhanya kar rahi hai".

"It is because of Ambedkar that today Dalits have the realisation of their rights and aspirations to live a dignified life and the government is working to fulfil their wishes and aspirations", he added. "You need not pick up weapons to ruin your lives", he told a gathering. To worry about your rights is the responsibility of the government. I want to say to their mothers and fathers, your daughters and sons have walked down this path. They have come from outside to your state.

Ayushman Bharat, also known as the National Health Protection Scheme, has twin missions - first, creating a network of health and wellness centres to deliver comprehensive primary healthcare close to the community, and second, providing insurance cover to 40 per cent of India's population that is most deprived, for secondary and tertiary care, including for instance, hospitalisation costs. They do not die. "Would you leave your children behind such people?"

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Jangla (Chhattisagrh), Apr 14 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited health and wellness centre in Chhattisagrh's Jangla.

Modi also inaugurated a railway line and a passenger train between Gudum and Bhanupratapur, bringing north Bastar region on India's railway map. Additionally, under the scheme, the government has chose to set up the National Health Protection Scheme (NHPS), and work is underway to determine the beneficiaries and hospital entitlement under the scheme. The BPO centre is provided Internet link by the Bastar Internet scheme.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh and Health Minister J.P. Nadda were also present.

The details of the scheme, announced in February this year in the budget for 2018-19, are being worked out. The government aims to quip these centers to treat a variety of diseases, including diabetes, blood pressure, cancer and old-age illness.

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