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Aug 29, 2018
8:54PM

PM Modi says govt is focussing on preventive health care which helps the poor and middle-class people

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Prime Minister Narendra has said, the government is focussing on preventive health care, which helps the poor and middle-class people the most. Interacting with BJP workers in Varanasi through Video Conferencing, Mr Modi said, healthcare must be affordable.

Prime Minister said, as a citizen, every eligible person should enrol his name in voter list and also ensure that the names of people around them should also be on the voters' list. He said awareness is necessary in this regard. Mr Modi said it is the responsibility of everyone that the benefits of various government scheme should reach to the people especially the poor.

The Prime Minister said, Indian economy is growing at a faster pace and poverty is being reduced through several efforts.  He said, the Indian aviation sector is fastest growing today and more people are travelling by aeroplane in the country. 

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