Health for all
Central government and J&K administration have been working very seriously for the better health of every individual in the society.
Post covid scenario of the health sector in Jammu and Kashmir has been encouraging. Lot of infrastructure is being built across Jammu and Kashmir in the health sector.
Recently LG Manoj Sinha said right to health for all without discrimination is our commitment. We have ensured every citizen in need of medical attention is treated with respect and dignity.
He recently inaugurated ‘Jashn-e-Sehat’, a two-day health conclave to celebrate people’s right to health and deliberate challenges and future roadmap for better health services delivery, here at Convention Centre.
He launched Qissa-e-Ayushman coffee table book, e-RUPI prepaid e-vouchers for providing diagnostic services, e-SAHAJ (Electronic System for Administration of Hospital and Joint Management), and Tele-MANAS (Mental Health Assistance & Networking Across States) cell of NHM. He also released a report on Gap Assessment of District Hospitals as per IPHS 2022.
He underscored that Right to health for all without discrimination is our commitment. We have ensured every citizen in need of medical attention is treated with respect and dignity.
A happier and productive society is our prime objective. I believe public health is fundamental to stable socio-economic growth. Prudent policy followed by robust implementation helped us to fill gaps in health care capacities and eradicate inequality between rich and poor.