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All CHC and PHC centers of the state will be connected to the main roads in UP: Yogi

The Uttar Pradesh government has now started preparing to provide an easy route to take the patients to the hospital. For this, he has given instructions to connect all the community health centers and primary health centers in urban and rural areas with the main roads. In order to provide relief to the patients, the process of strengthening all the CHCs and PHC-connected roads in the state has also intensified. There are total 3011 PHCs and 855 CHCs in the state. While the number of urban PHCs is 592. There are 9 CHCs, 28 PHCs, 52 health post centers and 8 urban PHCs in the capital Lucknow alone. Following the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the campaign to make the roads leading to CHC and PHC located in all the districts of the state has intensified. The construction and repair work of dilapidated roads is being done at a rapid pace. To complete this work, responsibility has been entrusted to the Urban Development Department, Municipal Corporations, PWD, Gram Panchayats, urban and rural bodies. There should be no delay in reaching the patients in the state and timely treatment can be provided to them.
In view of the rainy season, where adequate arrangements have been made for treatment in the hospitals, the process of repairing the roads has also been started expeditiously so that the patients do not face any problem in reaching the hospital. The government believes that once the CHCs and PHCs are connected to the main roads, it will take less time for ambulances to transport patients for treatment. Serious patients will be able to get treatment as soon as possible.

It is worth mentioning that after assuming power, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has launched various schemes of better connectivity to give better tomorrow to the state. Under this, the Purvanchal Expressway Project, Gorakhpur Link Expressway, Bundelkhand Expressway Project, Ganga Expressway Project etc. A campaign was launched across the state to make the roads pothole-free.