Medical colleges got badly affected during N Chandrababu Naidu regime: AP Minister
Andhra Pradesh Minister for Tourism and Culture RK Roja has alleged that the administration in medical colleges and government hospitals of the state were badly affected during N Chandrababu Naidu regime.
While inaugurating the “Ayushman Bharath – Arogya Mela” at Nagari, the Minister for Tourism and Culture RK Roja of Andhra Pradesh has alleged that the administration in medical colleges and government hospitals was hamstrung during the N Chandrababu Naidu regime in the State.
“For the last three years, the YSRCP government has been struggling hard to overcome the hurdles in the arena of public health and augmenting the medical care in hospitals,” she said, as reported by The Hindu.
Ayushman Bharath – Arogya Mela at Nagari
The event was attended by about 100 medical officers and paramedical staff. About 1,000 people from the Nagari Assembly constituency took part in the event.
During the event, MS Roja said the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy government was committed to providing the best health care to the public. It was a record that the Chief Minister had included 2,446 ailments under the cover of the Arogyasri scheme, she added.
“People of the State knew very well as to how the Jagan government had responded to the COVID crisis, by preparing all the government hospitals to tackle the pandemic. New medical colleges are going to be a reality soon, while construction of new hospitals and renovation of the existing ones are in progress under the Nadu-Nedu scheme,” Ms Roja said.