There is no shortage in saving life as well as livelihood: Ashok Gehlot
Jaipur. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Wednesday that his government's aim is to make Rajasthan in the field of health in the entire country. He said, "It will be our endeavor to ensure that no one is killed by the corona virus in the state ." More and more attention is being paid to this. ”The Chief Minister said that in the era of Corona virus infection, the State Government fulfilled its resolve to‘ sleep no hunger ’, as well as the challenge faced by life saving and livelihood. There was no shortage in combating.
Gehlot was speaking on Wednesday through the video conference after the inauguration and foundation stone of the buildings of 37 medical institutions of medical education. The Chief Minister inaugurated and laid foundation stones of about Rs 300 crore. It includes the inauguration of 29 buildings and the foundation stone of eight construction works. He said that during the lockdown, the government has given relief to poor, helpless and needy people by transferring Rs 3500-3500 to their accounts. In the meeting, Medical and Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma said that facilities are being developed in medical colleges in the state to meet the challenge of corona virus infection.