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Chandigarh6 hours ago
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair meeting Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in New Delhi. Several issues were discussed between the two during the nearly 30-minute meeting at Haryana Bhavan. The former Prime Minister of Britain expressed his desire to work with the government in the health sector of Haryana. Along with this, the possibilities of working on subjects like basic facilities were also discussed between the two.
Presenting Shrimad Bhagwat Gita to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Tony Blair during the meeting.
Tertiary level health services are being provided in Haryana
The Chief Minister informed that the state government is providing tertiary level health facilities in the state. Ayushman Bharat Yojana and Chirayu Haryana Yojana are being run to ensure that every needy gets health facilities. Said that the Haryana government is opening one medical college and one nursing college each in all the districts of the state, which will not only fill the shortage of doctors but also strengthen health facilities.
More health facilities will be developed
The CM said that with the cooperation of Tony Blair Faith Foundation, there will be further expansion in the health sector in the state and health facilities will be strengthened. Manohar Lal said that the Haryana government has linked many of its schemes with information technology, due to which it has been ensured that citizens get quick benefits of schemes and services.
Features of PPP
CM told Tony Blair that the state government has done a new experiment using IT in government work. We have made a family identity card considering every family living in the state as a unit. In this one document, the information of each member of the family such as educational qualification, job, business, self-employment etc. is recorded.
Now every eligible family is getting the benefits of government schemes and facilities through PPP in a time bound manner without visiting any office.