The Prime Minister expressed confidence that India will win from the corona virus and will also achieve new dimensions of development.
National Doctors’ Day: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that the number of challenges faced in the war against Kovid-19, the doctors and scientists of the country found as many solutions and made effective medicines. Addressing the people associated with the medical world of the country at a function organized by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) on the occasion of National Doctor’s Day, the Prime Minister expressed confidence that India will win from the corona virus and will also achieve new dimensions of development. Also Read – This decade is going to significantly increase India’s share in the global digital economy: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Doctor’s Day that the service rendered by doctors in the last one and a half years is exemplary; I thank him on behalf of 130 crore Indians. During this, he announced Rs 50,000 crore for health infrastructure. He said, “Our government has given maximum emphasis on the health sector, for this the budget has been doubled this year to more than two lakh crore rupees.” Also Read – PM Modi held a meeting with Union Ministers, said- ‘Get involved in work in such a way that the third wave of Corona can be stopped’
Appreciating the contributions of the doctors who have been fighting the war against the corona virus epidemic for the last one and a half years, the Prime Minister said, “Our doctors and scientists found as many solutions and made effective medicines as many challenges were faced in the fight against corona.” He said that this virus is new and it is also taking new forms, but the knowledge and experience of doctors is coping with the dangers and challenges of the virus. Also Read – PM Modi reviews the status of Kovid-19 and the vaccination campaign with the colleagues of the Council of Ministers
Expressing confidence, the Prime Minister said, “Our country will win from Corona and will also achieve new dimensions of development.” He appealed to the medical community to follow the guidelines related to Corona and play a more active role in the vaccination campaign. He said, “You play this role more actively and expand your scope even more.”
Accusing the previous governments of neglecting basic health infrastructure, the Prime Minister said the kind of population pressure on the country makes the latest challenge of COVID-19 more difficult.
He said, “During Corona, if we look at the infection per lakh population or if we look at the death rate, then India’s position has been better than the big developed and prosperous countries.”
The Prime Minister said that the untimely end of one life is also sad, but India has saved millions of lives from Corona and a huge credit for this goes to the doctors, health workers and frontline personnel of the country.
He claimed, “It is our government which has given maximum emphasis on health infrastructure in the last years. This year, the budget allocation for the health sector was more than doubled i.e. more than two lakh crore rupees. Now we have come up with a credit guarantee scheme of Rs 50,000 crore to strengthen the health infrastructure in areas where there is a lack of health facilities.
He said that till the year 2014, where there were only six All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the country, in the last seven years the work of 15 new AIIMS has started and the number of medical colleges has increased by one and a half times.
The Prime Minister said that the present doctors had to reach today’s position after a lot of struggle, but the future generation will no longer have to face those difficulties. He said, “Now more and more of our youth will get the opportunity to become doctors even in remote areas. His talent will get new flight to his dreams.” Referring to the government’s commitment to the safety of doctors, the Prime Minister said that the government has made several stringent provisions in the law last year to prevent violence against doctors.
The Prime Minister appealed to the doctors to promote and disseminate yoga more and said that the doctors should prepare documents about their experiences of the Corona period so that the coming generation can benefit from it and the world can get rid of many complex problems related to medicine. Found solutions. He said that if this is done then it will prove to be helpful for the entire humanity in future.
It is to be known that National Doctor’s Day is celebrated across the country on July 1 every year. This day is the birthday and death anniversary of the great doctor of the country and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. This day is celebrated in his memory.