Dr Baljit Kaur, Punjab Minister for Social Security Women and Child Welfare, inaugurated health centres on Tuesday in Lakhewali and Nandgarh villages, Muktsar, Punjab. Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that the Punjab government is offering health facilities to its residents in the form of health centres that are not far away from their homes. She stated that the government will satisfy every promise made to the residents of the state.
She further stated that apart from these centres, the government has already taken initiatives in delivering adequate health facilities by setting up more than 100 Aam Aadmi Clinics across the state.
Throwing light upon the centres inaugurated on Tuesday, she added that the new health centres in Lakhewali and Nandgarh villages will assist in the treatment of common diseases, pregnant women, vaccination for children, and offer family planning to villagers. The birth and death registration will be done here, along with other similar health services.