Azad castigates State for ‘poor’ implementation of schemes

SRINAGAR - Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare today castigated state government for failing to implement several centrally sponsored schemes in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to news agency KNS Azad said, “Despite the availability of many health schemes from the central government these are not properly implemented. He emphasized that state government should implement all the centre sponsored schemes as soon as possible ”Azad said while speaking on the occasion of inauguration of Mobile Medical Services here today.
Meanwhile union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today announced that 200 Ambulances will be allotted within one month.
“The Ambulances which centre is giving to the state is expecting to prove very helpful to the people of state especially the people living in for flung areas”.
He said, “Centre government is serious about the health sector and number of schemes will be introduced in near future so that the health sector will be improved,” he said.

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