The announcement by Narendra Modi came during his speech marking the 74th Independence Day of India, which is being celebrated amid the coronavirus outbreak witnessing a massive spread in the country.
Reddy also said, "Ficci is happy to note the launch of the National Digital Health Mission under which each individual will get a unique health ID that would be the reference point for his or her health status. Prime Minister offered India's continued support to Nepal in this regard", the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a statement.
"Every Indian will be given a health ID, which will work as each Indian's health account", Modi said, adding that it would ease problems faced by citizens in getting healthcare access.
There are three vaccines which are undergoing testing in India. Unlike previous years, the event was not open for the public and it was held under social distancing rules.
"World is witnessing the results of reforms which we are unveiling one after another; a year ago foreign direct investment in India set all-time high with an 18% increase".
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In his address, PM Modi also pointed out that India needs to move ahead with the mantra of make for the world along with Make-in-India as India has the natural resources to do so.
"I am confident that India will realize the dream of AatmaNirbharBharat (self-reliant India)".
Without mentioning China, with whom ties have hit a low following the worst border clash in decades that killed 20 Indian soldiers in June, Modi said the country's sovereignty was supreme. Lauding the soldiers he said that the Indian Army has responded from the Line of Control (LoC) to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and they have time and again proved their ability and valor.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday announced that the task to connect India's over six lakh villages with optical fibre network will be completed in the next 1,000 days. "Delimitation activity is underway and once the process is complete, elections will be held again", he said.