Gujarat CM visits Arogya Mandir at Savarkundla, gifts silver coin to new born girl
“Gujarat Govt covers 57-lakh families under CM’s Amritam Yojna, covers health services to the interior and rural areas,” Shri Vijay Rupani
“Politicians should constantly live among people,” says Morari Bapu
Even as Gujarat Government’ health services reach out to the state’s interior and rural areas, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today said that 57-lakh families have been covered under the CM’s Amritam Yojna. The government provides free modern medical facilities to the needy patients in Primary Health Centres in villages to Civil Hospitals.
He said that covering 50-crore people under the Centre’s Ayushman Bharat Yojna of Rs.5-lakh health protection cover for each family reflects Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s concern and compassion for the poor and needy.
Mr. Rupani was speaking during his visit to the Lallubhai Sheth Arogya Mandir at Savarkundla in Amreli. He went round ICU, radiology, operation theatre, surgical and other wards at the Arogya Mandir set up in 2015 and run Vidyaguru Foundation. He praised the organization’s efforts to provide free medical services to the people.
He presented a silver coin to a newly born girl at the Maternity Ward, as a token of encouraging girl child. He also listened to the Ramkathakar preacher Morari Bapu arranged at the Arogya Mandir.
Speaking on the occasion, Morari Bapu said that politicians should constantly live among the people to listen to their problems. He described Mr. Vijay Rupani as a simple and mild mannered person, he lives among the people and his government is busy people-oriented projects.
Vidyaguru Foundation’s head Hareshbhai Mehta spoke on the occasion.
Source : Gujarat Information Bureau