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Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman says improvement in health infrastructure will lead to confidence in revival of economy

(FM) - Union Minister for Finance & Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman said that overall improvement of health infrastructure will help build confidence of the people in the infrastructure and also help in the revival of the economy. The Finance Minister said this while addressing the webinar on “Building Healthcare Infrastructure for New India” here today. Dr Bhagwat KisanraoKarad, Minister of State for Finance, also participated in the webinar.

 Smt. Sitharaman stated that the country must address not only the short-term challenges but also ensure resilience of our economy and Infrastructure Development that are the key to achieving these twin objectives.

 The Finance Minister said it is very encouraging to have industry stakeholders to be part of a discussion on the Loan Guarantee Scheme for COVID-affected Sectors (LGSCAS) that the Government launched with great trust in the industry. 

Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman said that second wave of COVID-19 pandemic sharply brought the need to focus and strengthen our medical and healthcare infrastructure so that we emerge stronger from any such healthcare crisis.



  The Finance Minister said the Government is reviving a pandemic affected recovery in the context of possible 3rd wave of COVID-19 pandemic and assured that the Government is doing everything it can to increase vaccination as it is the only most sure shot protection against COVID-19. 

On the efforts to prevent the 3rd wave of COVID-19, Smt. Sitharaman said that all of us have to make an effort on the lines of the motto of this Government said by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi -SabkaSaath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and SabkaPrayaas – and only then we can expect to emerge stronger out of this crisis.

 The Finance Minister emphasised that the most important support to healthcare infrastructure is to ramp up capacities, technology, better facilities and above all ramp up trained man-power for optimally utilizing the healthcare infrastructure. 

During the Webinar, over 100 stakeholders from healthcare industry & banks highlighted the importance of strengthening the Indian healthcare ecosystem specifically targeting underserved areas.

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