CM Naveen Patnaik started distribution of BSKY smart health card in Bargarh

Bargarh, 13/11: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today launched the distribution of smart health cards under the BSKY in Bargarh district. About 3.64 lakh people in the district will get the facility. Eleven districts of the state, including Bargarh, participated in the program. On the occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated 71 converted schools in Bijapur under the 5T conversion program.


Today, the Chief Minister inaugurated various projects worth Rs 300 crore in Bargarh. Similarly, various projects worth Rs 2,500 crore are underway in the district, he said. This includes the Gangadhar Meher Utha Irrigation Project, an important Rs. The project will be completed by September 2023 and farmers can get water from it, the chief minister said.


Inaugurating the occasion, the Chief Minister said that Bargarh was the sacred land of Mother Lakshmi. Rice pot in Odisha. Praising the weavers of Bargarh, the Chief Minister said that the weavers of Bargarh, like farmers, had given the world a gift of Sambalpuri sarees. “I salute the skills of the farmers and weavers of Bargarh,” he said.


Inaugurating the Smart Health Card Distribution Program under the Biju Health Welfare Scheme for Bargarh, the Chief Minister said that it would benefit 34 lakh people in the district.



The Chief Minister said that three and a half crore people from 96 lakh households in the state would benefit from the Smart Health Card. This will help our poor people get rid of many health problems, especially financial ones. He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was not the answer. Now people can get better treatment at 200 major hospitals in the country by holding a piece of card without any hassle. “It simply came to our notice then.


The Chief Minister said that every life is precious to him. Be it a farmer or a miller or a rickshaw puller – let everyone live with dignity. “It’s the goal of his various welfare programs,” he said.


“Odisha is the only state where the state government bears all the expenses from testing to treatment for all patients during the coronation,” he said, adding that every life is worthwhile.

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