Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, on Sunday, launched a fleet of 167 new ambulances appended with an App to inspect mobile activities and locate the location of the van directly.
All these ambulances will be included in the fleet of various districts to strengthen the basic medical services, and the app named Ambulance Inspection Mobile Application (AIMA) will effectively inspect the movement of ambulances, Gehlot told a gathering at Amar Jawan Jyoti.
He said in the entire country, only 41 per cent of the population has health insurance, while in Rajasthan today 90 per cent of people have been covered under Mukhyamantri Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana.
Extensive awareness should be spread about the Chiranjeevi Scheme so that no eligible person remains deprived of its benefits, he said.
On the performance of the state government during Covid-19 phase I, II and III, Gehlot said that excellent management was done during the corona pandemic in the state. The Bhilwara Model of Rajasthan was praised by the entire world, he claimed.
Stating that the health structure of the state is fully prepared to deal with any kind of situation, even a new variant of Corona (Omiron BF 7), he said that schemes related to health services in the state are being implemented brilliantly, due to which today Rajasthan has become the leading state in the country in the health sector.
Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena, PHED Minister Mahesh Joshi, Technical Education Minister Subhash Garg, PCC President Govind Singh Dotasara, Chief Secretary Usha Sharma, Jaipur Municipal Corporation Heritage Mayor Munesh Gurjar, Medical and Health secretary Dr Prithvi Raj and other senior officers were present on this occasion.