New Delhi / Punjab - On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) marked the initiation of a healthcare revolution in Punjab. Delhi's Chief Minister and AAP National Convener, Arvind Kejriwal, along with Punjab's Chief Minister, Sardar Bhagwant Mann, inaugurated state-of-the-art facilities at Mata Kaushalya Hospital in Patiala. The hospital now boasts well-equipped ICUs, operation theatres, and emergency services.
Addressing the gathering, Arvind Kejriwal emphasized the AAP's commitment to providing top-notch medical services free of charge in government hospitals. He underscored the rapid establishment of 664 Aam Aadmi Clinics in Punjab over the past 1.5 years and announced a significant Rs. 550 crore investment to upgrade all government hospitals across the state. The aim is to offer world-class amenities, including ICUs, emergency wards, and operating theaters.
Kejriwal lauded the progress in various sectors within Punjab in just a year and a half under the AAP government. He emphasized their dedication to eradicating corruption and channeling recovered funds into schools and healthcare. Furthermore, Kejriwal highlighted positive shifts in the business landscape, with international companies choosing Punjab as their base and significant investments flowing into the state, generating employment opportunities.
In his closing remarks, Kejriwal assured the people of Punjab that the AAP is committed to delivering on its promises and urged their continued support. He expressed confidence in the transformative changes that would unfold in Punjab and called for unity in achieving the common goal of a prosperous and healthy state.
CM Sardar Bhagwant Mann echoed these sentiments, emphasizing the AAP's dedication to making Punjab a model of good governance and progress. He celebrated the positive impacts the government has already made, from eliminating electricity bills for a majority of families to creating thousands of government job opportunities. Mann affirmed his commitment to the well-being and development of Punjab, promising to uphold the rights of its people and drive the state towards a brighter future.