BJP launches world's largest health program, targets to reach 2 lakh villages
BJP launches world's largest health program, targets to reach 2 lakh villages

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda on Wednesday launched the Rashtriya Swasthya Swayamsevak Abhiyan from the BJP headquarters in the national capital Delhi. In his address, JP Nadda said that the battle fought by India against coronavirus (Covid-19) led by PM Narendra Modi has set an example in the world. The world's largest countries with good health services also seemed to feel helpless in front of the corona.

In the Corona epidemic, every BJP worker service is mobilizing crores of people to serve by risking their lives in the organizing campaign. The BJP is not just an election-fighting machine, the BJP has a huge dimension. The BJP is working to serve humanity. The Rashtriya Swasthya Swayamsevak Abhiyan launched today will become the world's largest health function.

Nadda further said that the 'Seva Hi Sangathan' program has been the world's largest service work. In all other countries of the world, the government has fought against corona, and under Modi Ji's leadership, the people of India, the society, have fought this battle with the government. The target is to reach 2 lakh villages under Rashtriya Swasthya Swayamsevak Abhiyan. The campaign will cover 4 lakhs of health volunteers. I am happy that today more than 48,000 people have registered and joined this campaign.

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