The Health Set app plays a crucial role in preventing the Kovid outbreak: PM Modi


  • The Digital India project has completed six years
  • Modi addresses the beneficiaries
  • Health played a crucial role in the Kovid phase

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the Arogya Sethu app has played a crucial role in preventing the spread of Kovid in the country. The Prime Minister addressed the beneficiaries of various projects via videoconference on the occasion of the completion of six years of the Digital India project.

The Prime Minister said that the technological know-how created by India was universally recognized during the Kovid epidemic. The Health Setu app played a crucial role in preventing the spread of Kovid. He added that Digital India has played an important role in providing health services.

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Modi said that the new generation are the beneficiaries of Digital India and the Internet and smartphones have helped them a lot. He said the demographic data and dividends present a great opportunity for India.

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Modi added that Digital India is empowering the common man by bridging the gap between the government and the people, the system and the facilities, the gap between problems and solutions. Driver’s license, birth certificate, electricity bill payment and income tax services will also be available soon in rural areas. In addition, e-Common service centers help people.

The Digital India project helped a nation implement a ration card scheme. He also claimed to have been able to provide services to millions of people during the epidemic.

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