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In order to provide health cover to every individual in Jammu and Kashmir, the J & K government is trying to provide health cards to every citizen here.

Healthcare has been the top most priority of J&K administration and recently a three day conference on blood transfusion was held here.

It was addressed to LG Manoj Sinha and said there is no greater service to humanity than saving a precious life. We need to educate and encourage people for Voluntary blood donation.

Speaking on the reforms introduced in J&K’s health sector in the past three years, he said that under the guidance of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, consistent efforts are being made to create better health infrastructure, resources, and reach out to every citizen of the UT with quality and affordable health care services.

Two AIIMS, two cancer institutes, seven new medical colleges, 15 new nursing colleges, and thousands of health and wellness centers, besides universal health insurance coverage for up to Rs. Five lakhs under the revolutionary Ayushman Bharat-SEHAT scheme and decentralized health system have ensured that the people of J&K who were deprived of basic health services for decades, now have easy access to the best health care facilities.

Organizing Chairman, Transcon 2022, while speaking on the occasion highlighted the aims and objectives behind the National Conference. He shared the vision of ISBTI to achieve 100% Voluntary Blood Donation.

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