During his monthly radio program 'Mann ki Baat,' Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared India's commitment to eradicating tuberculosis (TB) by 2025. Highlighting the government's efforts, PM Modi emphasized the significant role played by the 'Ni-kshay Mitra' initiative in leading the fight against this disease. Implemented by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, the Pradhan Mantri TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan has empowered 'Ni-kshay Mitras,' who have taken charge of this anti-TB movement.
In rural areas, thousands of individuals have stepped forward to adopt TB patients, demonstrating the true strength of India's unity and compassion. PM Modi expressed his gratitude to these compassionate individuals and acknowledged their invaluable contributions to the cause. Furthermore, the Prime Minister lauded the youth for their active involvement and emphasized their role in achieving the target of eliminating TB by 2025. The Prime Minister also acknowledged the valuable contributions of the young individuals, emphasizing their commitment to achieving the shared objective of eradicating TB by 2025. This resolute determination and collective effort will be instrumental in ensuring a TB-free future for the country.
Through the collaborative efforts of the 'Ni-kshay Mitra' initiative and the determination of the Indian populace, the nation is working towards a future free from the burden of TB. PM Modi's endorsement of this ambitious goal further reinforces India's commitment to combating TB and building a healthier nation.
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