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Ayush institutions play pivotal role in providing medical care facilities in remote areas of J&K: Councilor Bhatnagar

Adviser to the Lieutenant Governor, Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar today remarked that Ayush institutions play a pivotal role in providing medical care facilities in remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir.

The adviser made the comments during a speech at the 7th National Day of Ayurveda (Dhanvantri Trayodashi or Dhanvantri Jayanti) celebrations in the government. Ayurvedic Hospital, Indira Chowk here.

The theme for this year’s National Ayurveda Day is “Har Ghar Har Din Ayurveda”.

Speaking on the occasion, Councilor Bhatnagar appreciated Ayush’s role during the Covid 19 pandemic for his awareness of the government’s mitigation and management efforts during the pandemic. He also pointed out that Ayush institutions located in remote areas provide basic health care services to people in those areas.

While talking about the different contours of Ayurveda, Advisor Bhatnagar urged Ayush doctors to provide Ayush services and remain available for public service every time. He pointed out that the demand for Ayush health insurance is increasing and people are generating confidence in Ayush health care.

The counselor on the occasion also emphasized the importance of Ayurvedic health education and said Ayurvedic health education should be part of yoga sessions and included in the school curriculum.

Later, the adviser also inspected various sections of the government. Ayurvedic Hospital and interacted with doctors, paramedics and patients regarding the services provided by the different sections of the hospital.

As part of the National Ayurveda Day celebrations, Advisor Bhatnagar also planted a sacred tree in the government’s Arogya Vatika. Ayurvedic hospital.

During the program, a video documentary “Ayush Utkarsh – History of Ayush Sector Development at J&K” was also shown, focusing on the various treatment procedures and government operations. Ayurvedic Hospital and how Ayush is changing people’s lives.

Government students. The Ayurvedic Medical College also presented a skit on Ayurveda as well as a yoga demonstration was also presented on the occasion.

Director Ayush J&K, Dr. Mohan Singh; Medical Superintendent Govt. Ayurvedic hospital, doctors, paramedics, students, Ayurvedic organizations and representatives of Regional Ayurveda Research Institute also participated in the program.

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