Bijapur (Chhattisgarh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday appealed to the Maoist youth to shun their guns and join the mainstream for development in which the government would protect their rights.
"Ayushman Yojana is a game-changing health initiative, aimed at creating facilities to treat a host of communicable and non-communicable diseases, mainly in rural areas".
Pointing out that bamboo had earlier been placed in the category of trees making its cultivation impossible, the Prime Minister said that the relevant law has been amended enabling its cultivation and use.
It aims at covering 10 crore poor and vulnerable families and provide a cover of Rs 5 lakh per family per year for secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation.More news: OKC Thunder suspend play-by-play announcer Brian Davis after questionable remark
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Adding to what PM Modi said, BJP's Twitter post said, "Under PM Dialysis Yojna, free dialysis facility is being provided in more than 500 hospitals". Modi, who is the first prime minister to visit the tribal district of Bijapur, also inaugurated a new rail line and a passenger train between Gudum and Bhanupratapur, bringing north Bastar region on railways' map.
The PM's visit to the state coincides with the birth anniversary of Dalit icon BR Ambedkar.
Like everyone else, Union Health Minister JP Nadda, who was standing next to the Prime Minister when he chose to make it a memorable moment for the woman, was also taken aback.
Jangla (Chhattisagrh), Apr 14 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited health and wellness centre in Chhattisagrh's Jangla.