Vasundhara Raje cabinet gives nod to public health campaign in Rajasthan



News:

  • The Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje approved the Aarogya Rajasthan programme and a drive to collect health information of citizens to build an online database.
  • The three-month programme will have health camps organised across the state, where residents would be issued health cards based on spot diagnoses.
  • The state owned corporation will be set up at a cost of Rs 5 crore and will subsume the holding of all five discoms.

Source: IndianExpress


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