Delhi Chief Minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday mentioned if his occasion is voted to energy in Punjab in subsequent 12 months’s polls, it’s going to give free and higher therapy in all authorities hospitals within the state. “Today, I have come to give a guarantee related to health services,” Kejriwal, who’s on a two-day go to to Punjab, mentioned at a information convention right here.
He spelled out six ensures associated to healthcare, promising to implement these if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is voted to energy. “The condition in government hospitals in Punjab is so bad that people are forced to go to private facilities. And there is loot in private hospitals. In government hospitals in the state, people are facing problems with regards to medicines, availability of doctors and better equipment,” Kejriwal mentioned, flanked by AAP state unit chief and MP Bhagwant Mann.
“We changed the shape of government hospitals in Delhi. I am giving six guarantees for health of citizens (if AAP is voted to power in Punjab),” he added. Every individual in Punjab can be given free and higher therapy in authorities hospitals, which can be at par with the personal ones, Kejriwal mentioned, including that every one medicines, assessments and operations can be free.
“Even if anyone incurs expenses on operations up to Rs 10-15 lakh, that too will be free in government hospitals,” he mentioned. “Every citizen of Punjab will be given a health card, which will have all health-related information of that particular individual. It will be our responsibility to give the best treatment,” Kejriwal mentioned, including, “All data will be available online.” Like Delhi’s Mohalla Clinics, “Pind Clinics” can be opened in Punjab. As many as 16,000 such services can be arrange, he mentioned.
All authorities hospitals in Punjab can be improved with higher tools, and greater medical services can be opened, Kejriwal mentioned. “Treatment expenses of road accident victims will be borne by our government if the AAP is voted to power,” he mentioned.