PM Modi approves retirement age of doctors of Central Health Services to 65 years
Extension of retirement age to 65 years to retain pool of experienced doctors for a longer period

The Prime Minister today approved the proposal of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare for enhancing the age of superannuation of all doctors of the Central Health Service to 65 years with effect from 31st May 2016.

This will enable the Government to retain experienced doctors for a longer period, and to provide better services in its public health facilities, particularly to the poorest, who are entirely dependent on public facilities.

Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare Shri J P Nadda stated that this step will empower the Government to strengthen the healthcare sector in the country. It will help in providing additional doctors in the health pool of the country, he added. This will strengthen the efforts of the Ministry in conceptualising and rolling out various people-oriented schemes which l need the services of doctors in implementing them, Shri Nadda stated.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a grand Barasat rally, vowed to combat corruption in Bengal and propel its culture and economy to new heights. Addressing the huge gathering, PM Modi said, “Today, India is on the path to becoming developed. The strongest pillar of this development is eastern India. In the last 10 years, the expenses made by the BJP Government in eastern India was never made in 60-70 years."

Initiating his spirited address, PM Modi said that he closely monitored the cyclone's progress, commending the NDRF and other teams for their exemplary efforts. He also assured that “The Central Government is committed to providing all necessary support to the State Government.”

Delving deep into his speech, PM Modi underscored the pivotal role of Eastern India in India's developmental trajectory and remarked, “In the journey of India's progress, Eastern India stands as a significant force. Over the past decade, the BJP government has allocated more funds to Eastern India than in the preceding six to seven decades. Our efforts have been dedicated to enhancing connectivity across the region, spanning railways, expressways, waterways, and airports.”

The PM also shed light on Bengal’s rich history and its current economic challenges, “Before independence, Bengal was a thriving hub of employment for countless Indians. Today, however, many factories in Bengal lie dormant, forcing its youth to seek opportunities elsewhere. The blame for this decline falls squarely on the shoulders of Congress, followed by the Left, and now TMC. Each party has contributed to Bengal's woes, with every vote for CPM ultimately benefiting TMC.”

Reflecting on his past promises, PM Modi reiterated his commitment to combating corruption in India, “Ten years ago, I pledged to eradicate corruption, and I've upheld that promise. Now, I assure the nation that ‘Naa Khaunga, Naa Khane Dunga’! Recent recoveries of illicit funds from TMC leaders will be thoroughly investigated, and legal measures are being implemented to ensure justice.”

Amidst discussions on scrutinizing the finances of the common citizens by the INDI Alliance, PM Modi shifted the focus to those engaged in corruption and explicitly commented, “Modi vows to examine the ill-gotten gains of corrupt individuals. An X-ray so powerful that it will deter future generations from indulging in corruption.”

“The Calcutta High Court's verdict has unmasked TMC's deception towards the OBCs in Bengal. By designating 77 Muslim castes as OBCs, TMC unlawfully deprived lakhs of OBC youths of their rights. Yet, observe the response of the TMC CM following this judicial decision, here questions are being raised on the intentions of the judges...” the PM reprimanded strongly.

PM Modi shared that a troubling incident unfolded when a TMC MLA made derogatory remarks about Hindus and Bengal's saints rightfully demanded an apology, “However, instead of rectifying the error, TMC resorted to insulting the saint community itself. Notably, saints associated with ISKCON, Ramakrishna Mission, and Bharat Sevashram Sangh faced disparagement. All this just to appease their vote bank. Furthermore, when sisters from Sandeshkhali sought justice, TMC chose to target them instead.”

“Despite its claims of advocating for the welfare of the people and the land, TMC's actions have sowed fear among mothers and insulted the sanctity of the soil. Even TMC's women MLAs who dare to speak out against its hooliganism face retaliation. Recently, a distressing video surfaced featuring mothers and sisters from Keshpur, West Medinipur, pleading for protection from TMC's goons. It's imperative to hold such acts accountable through the power of your vote,” the PM expressed deep grief.

PM Modi mentioned that “TMC's narrative against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has been fuelled by appeasement politics. However, the reality is evident as hundreds of refugees have successfully obtained citizenship, visible to the entire nation.” “Forget TMC, no power in the world can impede the implementation of CAA,” PM Modi reassured strongly.

“With the country's resolute decision to elect the Modi government in Delhi”, PM Modi urged the audience, “Come June 1, let the lotus blossom across every seat, including Barasat.” The PM also asked the crowd to venture door to door, village to village, and seek blessings at every temple and place of worship.

“Together, let's usher in a Viksit Bengal and a Viksit Bharat,” the PM concluded.