In the corona period, Janushadhi Center and BPPI have joined hands to provide people with essential things like medicines, facemask and sanitizer at cheap rates.
COVID-19 medicines (indicative photo)
In order to beat the second wave of Corona, medicines and essentials such as face masks and sanitizers etc. can be made available to all the countrymen as soon as possible, the Prime Minister’s Bharatiya Jan Aushadhi Kendra (PMBJK) and the Bureau of Pharma PSU of India (BPPI) Is raised. BPPI made sales of Rs 80.18 crore in the current financial year 2021-22. Due to which the people saved 500 crores rupees. The company claims that the burden on people’s pockets has been reduced by providing goods at a cheaper rate.
According to the company, around 7733 Prime Minister Bharatiya Janaushadhi Kendras (PMBJK) are working, covering all the districts of the country. There are 1449 types of medicines and 204 surgical masks and consumables. Under PMBJP, the best quality N-95 facemasks are being made available for only Rs 25 per unit.
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Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Kendras (PMBJKs), BPPI and other stakeholders join hands to make available the essential medicines and other items at affordable prices
7733 PMBJKs are functional across the country as on date
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– PIB India (@PIB_India) May 14, 2021
80 to 90 percent claim to sell cheap medicines
According to PMBJK, the prices of medicines sold on their behalf are cheaper from 80% to 90% of the market price of branded medicines. At the same time, in certain medicines, Janushadhi medicines are less than 50% of the average price of the top three branded medicines. A number of nutraceutical products have been added to help boost immunity of all women, children and the elderly, including the Prime Minister under the Bharatiya Janaushadhi Project.
These essential medicines made available
According to BPPI, during the Corona period, the company maintained an adequate stock of in-demand drugs such as face masks, hydroxychloroquine, paracetamol and azithromycin, approximately 2.5 million face-offs in FY 2020-21 through more than 7500 public health centers operating across the country. Masks, 1.25 lakh unit sanitizers, 137 lakh tablets of hydroxychloroquine and 323 lakh paracetamol tablets were sold at affordable prices. Apart from this, BPPI has also supplied medicines worth Rs 30 crore to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) for distribution in friendly countries.
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