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The Delhi government has decided to set up at least one mohalla clinic in each rural village of the national capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today.
The AAP government has a target of setting up 1,000 mohalla clinics across the city. The mohalla clinic project is aimed at providing free and 'close to home' primary health care to the city residents.
"Certainly. We have decided to set up at least one such clinic in each rural village of Delhi," Kejriwal said on Twitter in response to a tweet.
So far, over 160 mohalla clinics have been set up across the city under the Delhi government's flagship project.
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