Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday in a webinar related to the health budget that if the experience gained during the Corona period is used against TB, then by 2025 it is possible to eliminate TB from India.
He said, the world has set a target by 2030 to end TB. We have set a target by 2025 to eliminate TB from the country. TB also spreads through droplets of the infected person. Wearing masks, early detection and treatment of disease are also important in prevention of TB.
In such a situation, the experience we have got during the Corona period, which has reached the common man of India in a way. Now, taking the same precautions, we will work in the same mode in the field of TB, then the fight we have to fight against TB. We can win it very easily.”
Prime Minister Modi has also said that by making necessary changes in this model, it can be used against TB and by doing this, the dream of TB-free India can be fulfilled by 2025.
On the budget allocation in the health sector, PM Modi said, “The budget allocated to the health sector in this year’s budget is unprecedented. It is a symbol of our commitment to provide better healthcare to every countryman.”
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Along with this, he said, “Corona has given us this lesson that we not only have to fight the epidemic today but also prepare the country for any such situation in the future, therefore strengthening all the areas related to health It is equally important to do it.
The world has noted very closely the strength that India’s health sector has shown during Corona, its experience and the strength it has demonstrated. Today, the reputation of India’s health sector and trust in India’s health sector has reached a new level all over the world.
We are working together on 4 fronts to keep India healthy. The first front – to prevent diseases, the second front – is to provide cheap and effective treatment to the poorest of the poor. Schemes like Ayushman Bharat Yojana and Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Kendra are doing the same.
The third front is to increase the quality and quality of health infrastructure and health care professionals, the fourth front – to work on mission mode to overcome problems. Mission Indradhanush has been extended to the tribal and far-flung areas of the country.”