Satyendar Jain conferred with ‘People Who Inspire India Award’ for Disrupting Barriers To Touch A Million Lives
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Being An Inspiration For Millions — Satyendar Jain — An Innovative Leader Touching And Transforming Millions Of Lives
In 5 years of his tenure, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain managed a feat no politico has done so far in this country. He provided Delhi with amazing health services, free electricity and a steady supply of water.
Satyendar Jain, in Arvind Kejriwal’s cabinet, is a trusted lieutenant with eight portfolios – Health, Power, Public Works, Urban Development, Home, Irrigation and Flood Control, Industries and now Water.
An architect by profession, Satyendar Jain started out as a full-time activist with the Anna Hazare movement, leaving his long spanning career in 2013. “Back in 2013, our movement was a challenge to implement the Jan Lokpal Bill ourselves. We entered the political arena as AamAadmi seeking change. So, we jumped in,” Satyendar Jain said in a previous interview.
He proved his mettle again in Delhi 2020 elections by hitting a hattrick in his constituency Shakur Basti – another feat no politico had achieved in Delhi.
Jain is an inspiration in many ways. His innovative ideas and relentless pursuit of excellence in execution are the pillars on which his vision for a better tomorrow stands.
Back in 2013, the Aam Aadmi Party’s rise to power was much attributed to the unchallenged rise in corruption, during the Indian National Congress’ tenure that hit the common man hard. AAP, a progressive party, was driven to bring about a change in Delhi and uplift the aam aadmi.
When Aam Aadmi Party came to power, Jain was at the forefront of fulfilling promises that AAP made. He headed Health, Power and Education ministries. He delivered results in areas which political pundits had written off.
In the initial days, AAP was frequently questioned about the viability of free electricity and water promises. With Jain’s innovative strategies like first responders Bike Ambulance, Farishtey Dilli Ke that saved 4000 lives and the Mohalla and Poly Clinics brought about a revolutionary change in Delhi’s Healthcare system. Under Jain’s stewardship, the AAP government provides free of cost quality treatment inclusively even to people who come to Delhi for treatment from other cities.
Satyendra Jain was also instrumental in providing Delhi with a continuous supply of subsidized and cheap electricity. Under Jain’s watch, now Delhi offers 24X7 free electricity with stable prices to Delhi residents.
The impact of Jain’s able leadership is visible to anyone who takes a look around in Delhi. The government has worked considerably towards curbing Delhi’s pollution problem with the introduction of efficient EV policies and the Odd-Even Scheme.
In healthcare, Jain’s department has opened up 450 globally acclaimed Mohalla Clinics which will be extended to 1000 in this tenure. The bed strength in hospitals is also being increased from 10000 to 25000.
To fulfil the promise of free water supply, Jain’s ministry aims to revive 600 out of 1000 Delhi’s disappearing water bodies.
Jain envisions a more London-esque Delhi, he says:
In Delhi we can still implement cleaner roads, better footpaths and transport facilities, cleaning the Yamuna river among other things. This is something we aspire to do as a party.
He further adds,
We innovate every day at Aam Aadmi Party with laser focus on providing solutions to build more inclusive societies and create a meaningful impact on people’s daily lives.
There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer