Uncategorized

Kejriwal demands ‘Bharat Ratna’ for healthcare professionals who fought COVID-19

 Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that the Narendra Modi government should confer India’s highest civilian honour Bharat Ratna on “Indian doctor”.

Taking to his Twitter, the Delhi CM said that when he says “Indian doctor,” he means all the doctors, nurses and paramedics.

This year “Indian doctor” should get Bharat Ratna. “Indian Doctor” means all doctors, nurses and paramedics. This will be a true tribute to the martyred doctors. This will be the honour of those who serve without worrying about their life and family. The whole country will be happy with this,” he said.

PM Modi lauded doctors for saving lives in pandemic on National Doctors’ Day

This statement from the Delhi CM comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address at an Indian Medical Association event on National Doctors’ Day, hailed their contribution in saving lives from coronavirus.

This year Indian doctors should get Bharat Ratna, said Delhi CM Arvind KejriwalThis will be a true tribute to the martyred doctors, he saidThe Delhi CM further said that this will be an honor for those who serve without worrying about their life and family
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that the Narendra Modi government should confer India’s highest civilian honour Bharat Ratna on “Indian doctor”.

Taking to his Twitter, the Delhi CM said that when he says “Indian doctor,” he means all the doctors, nurses and paramedics.

This year “Indian doctor” should get Bharat Ratna. “Indian Doctor” means all doctors, nurses and paramedics. This will be a true tribute to the martyred doctors. This will be the honour of those who serve without worrying about their life and family. The whole country will be happy with this,” he said.

PM Modi lauded doctors for saving lives in pandemic on National Doctors’ Day
This statement from the Delhi CM comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address at an Indian Medical Association event on National Doctors’ Day, hailed their contribution in saving lives from coronavirus.

Ram Nath KovindNation deeply indebted to doctors: President Ram Nath Kovind
Celebs share sweet notes on National Doctors’ DayAmitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit and more celebs share sweet notes on National Doctors’ Day
India saved lives of lakhs of its people and has fared better than more developed and prosperous countries regarding the COVID-19 infection and mortality per lakh population, the PM said, adding that a big credit goes to doctors, healthcare and frontline workers.

On National Doctors Day, these frontline warriors also shared their experiences during the second wave, with many saying they could not see their family members for days.

798 doctors succumbed to COVID-19 in the second wave: IMA
For some, it was the “worst in their life”, while for others, it was so mentally upsetting that they had to consult psychiatrists.

According to the Indian Medical Association, as many as 798 doctors across the country succumbed to COVID-19 since the second wave hit the country.

The highest death toll was 128 in Delhi, 115 in Bihar, 79 in Uttar Pradesh, 62 in West Bengal, and 51 in Tamil Nadu. In the first wave, a total of 736 doctors had died.

 

The Dispatch is present across a number of social media platforms. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for exciting videos; join us on Facebook, Intagram and Twitter for quick updates and discussions. We are also available on the Telegram. Follow us on Pinterest for thousands of pictures and graphics. We care to respond to text messages on WhatsApp at 8082480136 [No calls accepted]. To contribute an article or pitch a story idea, write to us at [email protected] |Click to know more about The Dispatch, our standards and policies   

About the author

Avatar photo

The Dispatch Staff

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment