Maha Elections: Shiv Sena promises health check-up for Rs 1

On Saturday, October 12, Shiv Sena unveiled its manifesto for the upcoming assembly elections. The manifesto was released by the working president of Shiv Sena Uddhav Thackrey and Yuva Sena president Aaditya Thackeray


As Maharashtra prepares to go to the polls in next 10 days. Netas are organising big rallies, going on door-to-door visits, making poll promises and giving out sops. They are doing everything to make each vote count.

On Saturday, October 12, Shiv Sena released its own manifesto promising health check-up in Rs 1. While unveiling the manifesto, Aaditya Thackeray who himself is contesting from Worli, Mumbai, said, region wise manifesto will also be released by the party in Maharashtra.

Key points of the Manifesto:

One government medical college in every district with Super Specialty Hospital

Cancer care department in all the district hospitals especially focusing on women-related cancers

200 health-related tests for Rs 1

Use of ‘Real Time Telemedicine’ across the state to reach out to rural area

Will work towards achieving one doctor for 1,000 patient’s ratio

Adequate doctors, nurses and staff will be provided at the Primary Health Centres

Medicines will be make available to all the hospitals

One Rupee Clinic in all the corporations, and district level to provide health check-up facilities

While releasing the manifesto Shiv Sena working president Uddhav Thackeray said, “I have given my promise to the citizens of Maharashtra. And I will ensure that each and every promise will be fulfilled. This manifesto has been prepared after listening to common people.”