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PM Modi inaugurates Vishram Sadan at National Cancer Institute in Jhajjar

  • Integrity Education, Delhi
  • 21, Oct 2021
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the government is ensuring that all the new AIIMS that are being constructed have night shelters for the families of the patients.

Inaugurating the Infosys Foundation Visharam Sadan at National Cancer Institute  Jhajjar Campus of AIIMS New Delhi, Mr Modi said, accommodation is one of the biggest problems for those undergoing cancer treatment. He said, Infosys Foundation Vishram Sadan at Jhajjar Campus of AIIMS will solve this problem.

The Prime Minister asserted that National Cancer Institute will help benefitting thousands of people combating cancer in acquiring various therapies, medications and medical assistance. Mr Modi said, patients living in Delhi, NCR, Uttarakhand and Haryana can avail maximum benefits from this facility.

The Prime Minister underlined a fruitful collaboration between the government and corporate world has resulted in building this institute that can scale the health care facilities for the people.

He said, government is striving to offer world-class medical infrastructure facilities for the people of the country, especially in the testing times of COVID-19. He said, government has taken steps in reducing the price of over 400 cancer medications for optimum affordability to the poor.

Prime Minister said, India has crossed the 100 crore vaccine dose mark today and 21st of October has been recorded in the annals of history. He said, now over one hundred crore Indians have the Suraksha Kavach against COVID-19. Mr Modi said, this achievement belongs to India and to each and every citizen of the country.

Prime Minister Modi also expressed his gratitude to all the vaccine manufacturing companies of the country, workers engaged in vaccine transportation, health sector professionals engaged in vaccine development. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar also lauded the initiatives of the Infosys Foundation.

Sources : News On Air