Arvind Kejriwal meets PM Narendra Modi, invites him to visit ‘mohalla clinic’ and school in Delhi

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and invited him to visit mohalla clinics and schools in Delhi while asserting that his dispensation will examine whether the Centres Ayushman Bharat programme can be integrated with the Delhi governments health scheme. Kejriwal, who had skipped the all-party meeting called by the Prime Minister two days back, also assured full cooperation of his government to the Centre. It was the first meeting between Kejriwal and Modi since the BJP-led NDA has formed government for second term following a thumping victory of the Bhartiya Janata Party in the Lok Sabha elections. Ayushman Bharat was briefly discussed. Informed Honble PM that Delhi Govts Delhi Health scheme is much bigger and wider in scope. However, assured him to examine if Ayushman Bharat scheme cud also be integrated into our scheme (sic), Kejriwal said in a series of tweets after the meeting. Also read: Under this, so far about 26 lakh poor patients have availed treatment in hospitals. Earlier this month, Kejriwal had said his governments health scheme was ten times bigger and comprehensive. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain had earlier said the AAP government would not implement the Centres flagship Ayushman Bharat scheme. According to Kejriwal, during meeting, he also invited the prime minister to visit a mohalla clinic and a government school being developed by the AAP dispensation. Kejriwal, who has been a vocal critic of Modi, also sought to work with the BJP-led central government to develop the national capital. Assured full cooperation of Del govt. To develop Delhi, capital city of India, it is imp that Del govt n Centre work together (sic), he said in another tweet. Also, Kejriwal sought the Centres support in executing the Delhi governments plant to store Yamuna water during rainy season. Del govt plans to store yamuna water during rainy season. One seasons water sufficient to meet one years Delhis water needs. Requested Centres support (sic), he tweeted. Since the AAP government has been formed, on several occasions in the past, Kejriwal, his ministers and Aam Aadmi Party leaders have accused the Modi government of creating hurdles in the works of AAP government.


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