Punjab: ‘Drugs and gangsters are the legacy of previous governments’, Health Minister Balbir Singh’s statement in Moga – न्यूज़लीड India

Punjab: ‘Drugs and gangsters are the legacy of previous governments’, Health Minister Balbir Singh’s statement in Moga

Punjab: ‘Drugs and gangsters are the legacy of previous governments’, Health Minister Balbir Singh’s statement in Moga


Health Minister Dr. Balveer Singh said that on January 26, about 500 more Mohalla clinics are going to be opened. In which, apart from medicine, yoga, exercise, open gym, physiotherapy, medicines for sugar and many other diseases will be provided.

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Updated: Saturday, January 21, 2023, 22:45 [IST]

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Moga:
Health Minister Dr. Balveer Singh said in the District Administrative Complex that drugs and gangsters are the product of the previous governments. Minister Balveer Singh said this while talking to reporters on his first visit. He further said that the problem of drugs and gangsters that the people of Punjab have faced today is the result of the previous state governments, due to which, according to a survey today, three lakh people of Punjab are drug addicts and 10 lakh more people are different. get drunk In order to start the life of drug addicts, the Punjab government will work to start a new life by opening de-addiction centers in all nursing colleges, dental colleges, Ayurvedic colleges and arranging yoga, meditation etc. in them to start a new life.

On this occasion, Circle MLA Dr. Amandeep Kaur Arora, Circle MLA Amritpal Singh Sukhanand, Nihal Singh Wala MLA Manjit Singh Bilaspur, MLA Davinderjit Singh Ladi Dhos, Deputy Commissioner Kulwant Singh, SSP Gulneet Singh Khurana, members of City Improvement Trust Chairman Deepak Arora, Chairman of District Planning Board Harmandeep Singh Brar. Apart from Aam Aadmi Party office bearers were present

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Dr. Balveer Singh said that the Punjab government had started 100 mohalla clinics in Punjab on August 15, in which 10 lakh people have got health facilities by getting treatment. He said that on January 26, about 500 more Mohalla clinics are being opened. In which apart from medicines people will be provided yoga, exercise, open gym, physiotherapy, medicines for sugar and many other diseases.

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Punjab minister balbir singh statement on state health

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