He said that from 1947 to 2016, only 12 medical colleges were set up in the public sector in Uttar Pradesh, while 30 were being introduced under the BJP rule.
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Praising the Prime Minister’s Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission launched by the Prime Minister in Varanasi on Monday, the Chief Minister said it was a step towards a new step in India’s new healthcare infrastructure. “The inauguration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Medical Colleges is a true tribute to those who have lost their lives due to lack of medical facilities since independence.
Adityanath said in Siddharthnagar, “Besides, it will also give an assurance that innocent or civilians will no longer die due to lack of treatment.”
Calling on the Ramayana, he said, “Ahilya’s wait for Lord Rama is over, the whole region’s wait for health benefits is over today.”
“From 1947 to 2016, only 12 medical colleges were built in the public sector in Uttar Pradesh.
“Today, medical medical colleges are being opened in Uttar Pradesh under the Prime Minister’s Health Protection Scheme and the state government has taken this work forward with its own resources in some districts,” he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandabia termed the Health Infrastructure Mission as a great gift to the nation through which each district would get Rs 90 crore to Rs 100 crore for the development of health infrastructure.
He said the inauguration of nine medical colleges is a historic step that will ensure the best treatment for the public as well as the opportunity for young people to become doctors.
He said that these medical colleges would serve not only the present generation but also future generations, adding that the reforms in the health sector reflect the changes taking place in the country.
Providing a big boost to the health infrastructure, the Prime Minister launched Rs.00 crore. Parliamentary, Prime Minister Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission has inaugurated nine medical colleges from his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi and Siddharthnagar.
In Siddharthnagar, Modi explained the importance his government is giving to the development of the health sector.
When the BJP government was formed in the country in 2014, a great sacrifice was made to improve the health facilities of the country.
“A lot of plans were started under it, but I will always regret that the previous government here did not support us. It has brought development work in politics. The Centre’s plan was not allowed to go ahead in Uttar Pradesh,” he said.
He said the eastern region, whose image was tarnished by the previous government and which was damaged due to encephalitis deaths, was going to shed new light on health in eastern India.
He said the construction of these nine medical colleges has created new employment opportunities for more than 5,000 doctors and paramedical workers. In addition, a new path of medical education has been opened for hundreds of young people every year.
Modi also saw the photo exhibition and Madhav Prasad Tripathi Medical College Siddharthnagar model and also saw the photo exhibition, ‘Buddha’s Life Scene and Excavated Site Kapilvastu – A Glimpse’.
“In Uttar Pradesh, there were only 10,000 seats in government medical colleges till 2017, while the double-engine government has increased by more than 10,000 seats in the last four years,” he said.
“We will produce more doctors in the next 10 to 12 years than we got in the 70 years since independence,” Modi said.
The Prime Minister said ‘One Nation One Test’ has been implemented to relieve the youth from the worries of various entrance exams across the country.
It has also saved costs and reduced the hassle of multiple tests, he said, noting that many Indian languages, including Hindi, now offer the option of studying medicine.
Referring to the country administering the 100 crore Kovid-1 vaccine dose, the Prime Minister said Uttar Pradesh has a big contribution to make.
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