PM sends greetings on World Health Day and prays for good health and well-being for all
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi sent greetings on the occasion of World Health Day and prayed for good health and well-being for all. He expressed his gratitude to all those associated with the health sector. He said the programs of Ayushman Bharat and Prime Minister Jan Aushadhi play a vital role in ensuring good quality and affordable healthcare for our citizens. He also said that over the past 8 years, the medical education industry has undergone rapid transformations. Several new faculties of medicine have emerged. He informed that the Indian government was making efforts to allow the study of medicine in local languages, which would give wings to the aspirations of countless young people.
In a thread of tweets, the Prime Minister tweeted;
Greetings on the occasion of World Health Day. May everyone be blessed with good health and well-being. Today is also a day to express our gratitude to all those associated with the health sector. It is their hard work that has saved our planet.
“The Indian government is working tirelessly to increase India’s healthcare infrastructure. The focus is on ensuring good quality and affordable health care for our citizens. It makes every Indian proud that our country is home to the largest health care system in the world, Ayushman Bharat.
“I feel very happy when interacting with the beneficiaries of programs such as Prime Minister Jan Aushadhi. Our focus on affordable health care has resulted in significant savings for the poor and middle class. At the same time, we are strengthening our Ayush network to further improve general well-being.
“Over the past 8 years, the medical education industry has undergone rapid transformation. Several new faculties of medicine have emerged. Our government’s efforts to enable the study of medicine in local languages will give wings to the aspirations of countless young people.