Mohalla clinics set a record for more than 5 thousand people per day. Chandigarh News – Times of India

Chandigarh: Famous ‘Aam Aadmi Clinic’ PunjabLaunched by the current AAP government, the scheme registered an average increase of 5,204 per day in the first month after its launch.
Even as the Punjab government has been vocal about these clinics, the opposition is targeting the government by claiming that it is imposing a faulty model on Punjab.
The government has so far opened 100 clinics in the first phase and intends to start 117 such clinics, one in each assembly constituency. The government aims to make the remaining clinics operational by the end of the year.
report compiled by state health department shows that there are 100 clinics recorded OPD Out of 1,61,354, 20,656 laboratory tests were conducted free of cost.
In the OPD in Mohali, which has 14 clinics, there were 22,898, while 2,266 tests were conducted in the district. The OPD in Ludhiana had 18,974 patients and 1,126 tests. This was followed by 15,096 in Bathinda, 15,025 in Amritsar, 11,274 in Hoshiarpur, 9,405 in Ropar, 8,015 in Sangrur and 7,937 in Firozpur.
Patients are examined in these clinics and free medicines are provided to them. Clinical trials are also done at no charge.
Punjab Health Minister Chetan Singh terming it as a big success jouramjra He said that the people of Punjab are appreciating the health services being provided free of cost in one room.
Instead of making efforts to improve existing health facilities, the opposition has been criticizing the AAP government in Punjab for copying Delhi-style clinics. Hitting back at the opposition, the Health Minister said that this is just the beginning and the government is working on improving the entire health system so that people can get quality health treatment. “We are working to improve the existing health system. Doctors are being hired and there will be no shortage of medicines. Health is our top agenda,” said Jauramjra.