Vasundhara Raje calls for public support for improving health facilities: #Sewavibhag
Kota: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje called for public support to improve medical and health facilities in the state.
She was speaking as a chief guest while inaugurating a blood bank building and 28 OPD blocks of Bharat Vikas Parishad hospital in Dadabari area.
Raje said the government do feel the shortage of 10,000 medical staff in the state and it is going to open seven fresh medical colleges and three cancer centers in Bikaner, Jaipur and Jhalawar respectively to meet the necessity.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje called for public support to improve medical and health facilities in the state.
On the shortage of technicians in health sector, Raje said that national skill development programme can also be associated with medical and health skills to sort out the shortage of technicians in the sector.
Raje appreciated PM Narendra Modi's Jan Dhan Yojana and said the state government is considering associating health insurance policy with its Bhamashah Yojana.
She also paid condolence visit at state's former education minister and veteran BJP leader Hari Kumar Audichya residence at Tipta area before leaving for state capital Jaipur.