Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot
JAIPUR: Chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday reported that Rajasthan has set an example prior to other nations of the nation within the area of medical services. Health infrastructure has been strengthened at the grassroots in the country to successfully fight the corona pandemic after major conclusions for providing free medical evaluations and free medications under the Nirogi Rajasthan effort, he explained.
“It’s our effort the construction of recently sanctioned medical schools in the country also needs to be performed within the specified time,” Gehlot said in an announcement.
He had been covering the inauguration ceremony of the buildings of Bhilwara and Bharatpur medical schools and super speciality cubes at medical schools of Bikaner, Udaipur and Kota through video conference by the chief minister’s house on Wednesday.
He said individuals will get much better health services together with the growth of those facilities.
The ministry said because of strange geographic conditions, the expense of providing health services in inaccessible regions of Rajasthan is quite significant.
Due to the central government must provide extra resources to the country, ” he added.
“We’ve solved that government medical school facilities should be accessible most 33 areas of this country,” Gehlot said.
He advocated Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan to accept that the opening of their government medical schools in Jalore and Pratapgarh as a result of strange conditions and in Rajsamand district by relaxing the rules to prepare medical schools.
Gehlot stated Rajasthan is a pioneer in the nation in combating the Covid-19 pandemic.
On all parameters such as mortality, recovery speed, decreasing rate, Rajasthan’s standing is a lot better than people of larger nations and the federal average of the nation.
Mobile OPD vans were worked from the country to give health services to non-COVID patients.
He explained a new policy was brought from the country to give relief to individuals suffering from serious ailments such as silicosis, a lung disorder, which affects individuals breathing in dust which includes silica particle.
He advocated that the Union health ministry to invent an action plan at the federal level to eliminate the deadly disease.
Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Harsh Vardhan said the Centre has set a goal of launching 75 brand new medical schools in backward districts of the nation on”first come first serve” basis.
He explained Rajasthan could get 15 medical schools because of prompt actions and submission of suggestions.
He appreciated that the Rajasthan government’s efforts in the struggle against Corona and stated against the attempts of the middle, Rajasthan is fighting this battle with complete vigour.
He explained the Union Health Ministry has targeted to create India TB free from the year 2025. He also sought cooperation in countries.