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PM Modi visits health & wellness centre in Jangla

PM Modi visits health & wellness centre in Jangla

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Under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, there are two initiatives, of which one was launched today by the Prime Minister.

The PM will launch the Ayushman Bharat scheme from a sub-health centre at Jangla and later inaugurate bank branches in seven villages, including Jangla, of Bijapur district, he said.

The organisers said they have had an "overwhelming response" to the studio-style interaction, which will see Modi in conversation with a host who will put questions to him from around the world.

Ambedkar's birth anniversary will be observed on April 14 (Saturday).

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The PM reiterated that the Centre is committed to fulfil the aspirations of the people of the region and is working on a series of development projects including construction of roads, a steel plant, airport and railway corridors in Bastar and adjoining areas.

The government aims to develop these centres by 2022. Singh dubbed Prime Minister's visit as a historical moment for Chhattisgarh, saying it would inspire the state to fasten its pace of development.

Bijapur, Bahraich in Uttar Pradesh, and Mewat in Rajasthan are among the 115 aspirational districts, which have shown achievement in the last three months on three parameters, namely incremental performance, best action plan, and best practices. "Public participation will create a healthy, capable and content "New India", prime minister said. I said ask your son where did he go?

He said now the Bijapur which had carried a tag of being backward, underdeveloped and poor district will witness fast development with newer vision under comprehensive plan.

He said over 100 districts in the country including Chattisgarh's Bijapur were backward even 70 years after the Independence. Under the scheme, Van Vikas Kendras will be set up to ensure better marketing and value addition to forest produce.