With an objective to boost healthcare infrastructure in the national capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday inaugurated 152 mohalla clinics in the national capital. Including this, Delhi has got a total of 450 clinics.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain was also present at the event held in Pitampura.
The Delhi government, in a statement released after the event, claimed that the inauguration of 152 mohalla clinics has “set a world record”.
“Today is a very happy day for the people of Delhi as 152 new mohalla clinics at various places have been inaugurated. So far, there were around 300 such clinics. The total number of these clinics has now gone up to 450,” Kejriwal said.
Since the launch of the facility in 2015, mohalla clinics have served two crore OPD patients and 18 lakhs tests have been conducted there until November 2019, he said.