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AAP’s Mohalla Clinic fraud exposed in Punjab also
Bhagwant Mann Govt repaints 100 Suvidha Kendras, converts them into “Mohalla Clinics”
11/30/2022 11:35:21 PM

Chandigarh, Nov 30: Within hours Punjab Government issuing advertisements worth Rs 100 crore to create a false narrative of the “successful function of Mohalla clinic”, the AAP government was exposed by residents of Punjab.
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab, Sukhvir Singh Badal suffixed Punjab Chief Minister and AAP leader Bhagwant Singh Mann with the title of a “habitual liar”.
While Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal often praises the hyped performance of his Mohalla Clinics, people complain about the uselessness of such a flawed healthcare concept.
The “Mohalla Clinics” are completely defunct in Delhi. But in order to cheat the Punjab voters, Kejriwal and his AAP spread lies about Delhi’s Mohalla Clinics to win the recent Punjab Assembly election.
The gullible voters of Punjab ignored Kejriwal’s falsehood and elected AAP which deceptively formed the government but now they have realized that a blunder has been committed. The Mohalla Clinics concept is equally disastrous in Punjab also after it fails in Delhi.
Pargat Singh, a former captain of the Indian hockey team and MLA from Punjab’s Jalandhar Cantt, said on October 16 that Mohalla Clinics in Punjab are surrounded by stray cattle while there are no doctors and no medicines in these so-called health centers.
AAP’s Mohalla Clinics are working in a perfunctory manner and – as an example – can handle on average one patient in less than 2 minutes.
“Habitual liar @BhagwantMann is making mischief to show others in poor light and herald himself as messiah saving tax payers' money of Rs 5 lakh/month when he is spending Rs 700 crore in the current year on false advertisement, including in Gujarat. This shows his real concern for Punjab & Punjabis”, Sukhbir Singh Badal said.
He further said that Punjab Chief Minister has also lied by claiming that the AAP Punjab government is constructing medical colleges in Punjab but this scheme has been brought in by the Centre post-COVID.
“What the AAP govt has done is repaint 100 Suvidha Kendras to convert them into Mohalla Clinics which are also not functioning properly?”, he said.
“Instead of pouting lies, CM should reflect on the contribution of Parkash Singh Badal including the establishment of prestigious health varsities and hospitals and unique schemes like free treatment for cancer patients & free medicine shops, diagnostic centres and ambulance service”, he said.
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