PM Modi visits Varanasi Prime Minister Narendra Modi today to inspect the Bhu-built Mch wing and hold talks on preparations for the third wave of coronavirus

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After addressing the public meeting, Prime Minister Modi reached the MCH wing built in BHU. During the inspection here, he consulted with doctors and also found out about medical equipment.

PM modes in Varanasi: PM reached in BHU. built MCH wing
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who visited Varanasi, opened and laid the groundwork for many projects. During this time he also inaugurated the 100-bed health wing for mothers and children (MCH Wing) at the BHU. Prime Minister Modi reached the MCH wing after speaking to the public meeting. During the inspection here, he consulted with doctors and also found out about medical equipment. Also watch the presentation by the District Judge, Director of IMS, CMO, and Vice President of the Indian Medical Association on preparations for Kovid.Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel were with him. The Prime Minister had previously mentioned the MCH wing built in BHU in his speech at the public meeting. He had said that Banaras will now be the Purvanchal Medical Center.

Let’s announce that on Thursday Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a 100-bed MCH wing at BHU, a 100-bed regional ophthalmic institute and a 50-bed MCH wing at Deendayal Hospital. The Regional Eye Institute, which was built for 29.63 crores near the main gate of BHU, is also equipped with modern facilities.

Modular OT, glaucoma clinic, special clinic were set up here. Here, too, patients are admitted to 100 beds. With its construction, patients will benefit not only in Varanasi but also in other districts of Purvanchal and even Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh. In 2018, the foundation stone was laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and he has now inaugurated it there.

Before the possible third corona wave, Kashi received a huge gift from health facilities. Following the inauguration of the 100-bed MCH wing in BHU and the 50-bed MCH wing in the Deendayal Hospital, OPD, recruitment, examination and treatment of pregnant women and newborns are now offered under one roof. In addition, patients with eye diseases who come from far away areas are also better cared for. In the second corona wave, as people had to fight for beds, examinations, treatment in other hospitals including the BHU hospital, the preparations for the third wave intensified. Experts also express the possibility of infection in children in the third wave. So if children become infected, there will be no inconvenience in treatment. In addition to the MS office in BHU, the MCH wing, which was built for 45.50 crores, has OPD for children, a station for recruitment and a PICU, NICU. It is also connected to the oxygen line. In addition, a 50-bed MCH wing was built at Deendayal Hospital for 17.30 billion rupees.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who visited Varanasi, opened and laid the groundwork for many projects. During this time he also inaugurated the 100-bed health wing for mothers and children (MCH Wing) at the BHU. Prime Minister Modi reached the MCH wing after speaking to the public meeting. During the inspection here, he consulted with doctors and also found out about medical equipment. Also watch the presentation by the District Judge, Director of IMS, CMO, and Vice President of the Indian Medical Association on preparations for Kovid.

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel were with him. The Prime Minister had previously mentioned the MCH wing built in BHU in his speech at the public meeting. He had said that Banaras will now be the Purvanchal Medical Center.

Let’s announce that on Thursday Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a 100-bed MCH wing at BHU, a 100-bed regional ophthalmic institute and a 50-bed MCH wing at Deendayal Hospital. The Regional Eye Institute, which was built for 29.63 crores near the main gate of BHU, is also equipped with modern facilities.

Modular OT, glaucoma clinic, special clinic were set up here. Here, too, patients are admitted to 100 beds. With its construction, patients will benefit not only in Varanasi but also in other districts of Purvanchal and even Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh. In 2018, the foundation stone was laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and he has now inaugurated it there.

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The gift received before the third wave of corona will be convenient in treatment

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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