Connect with us

Health

Delhi Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj Raises Concerns about Shortage of Medicines in Letter to Chief Secretary, Reported by ET HealthWorld

Published

on

Delhi Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj writes to Chief Secretary about shortage of medicines, ET HealthWorld

In a letter to Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, Delhi’s Health Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj highlighted the shortage of medicines in Mohalla clinics, hospitals, and dispensaries, as well as the cessation of free test facilities in Mohalla clinics. The Health Minister expressed his disappointment on social media, accusing the Chief Secretary and Secretary (Health) of misleading the government and the Legislative Assembly on medicine availability.

On the same day, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launched a website called “Aap ka Ram Rajya” to showcase the party’s initiatives inspired by the concept of Ram Rajya in Delhi and Punjab. Senior party leaders, including Saurabh Bharadwaj, Sanjay Singh, Atishi, and Jasmine Shah, unveiled the website during a press conference.

MP Sanjay Singh emphasized the exemplary work done by AAP’s governments in Delhi and Punjab, highlighting that their budgets remained profitable despite extensive initiatives. The party aims to fulfill its vision of Ram Rajya through practical achievements on the ground, inviting the public to visit the website and witness their accomplishments.

Furthermore, AAP minister Atishi drew parallels between the struggles faced by Lord Ram for Ram Rajya and the challenges encountered by Arvind Kejriwal in fulfilling promises to the people of Delhi and Punjab. The party’s dedication to realizing its vision of good governance akin to Ram Rajya was underlined during the event.

The launch of the “Aap ka Ram Rajya” website on Ram Navami underscores AAP’s commitment to transparent governance and innovative solutions in line with the revered principles of Ram Rajya. Through this platform, the party aims to provide a comprehensive overview of their work and engage with the public on their transformative initiatives in Delhi and Punjab.

Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

Trending