In the last three years, hundreds of millions of rupees have been pumped into health infrastructure, but only about 30% of that has gone to women.
Rise and fall of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)In the past decade, the political parties of the right and the left have come together in an unprecedented way.
The Congress and BJP, which have dominated the politics for decades, have united to form a coalition government, while the Left Front and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have united with the NCP and the Communist Party of India-Marxist-Leninist (CPI-M) to form the Bharat.
The BJP has also formed the government.
Its manifesto for the 2019 general elections promised a “new India” in which all sectors of society would be given equal opportunity and opportunities.
In the process, it also called for a reduction of poverty and inequality.
The AAP, on the other hand, has not done so.
Its manifesto for 2019 called for reducing poverty, increasing employment and creating jobs for women, and said it was committed to “giving women access to quality education”.
The AAP has also called on the government to “make every effort to provide quality health care, particularly in rural areas and remote areas”.
The AAP and the BJP have united in an effort to create a government.
In the last decade, billions of rupee have been poured into health equipment, including in rural and remote India.
But only about 40% of the funds have gone to the women in the country.
The health sector has long been the source of income for many women, who have traditionally worked in low-wage, manual jobs and often lacked access to health care.
Women’s health has long played a key role in Indian politics, with many women participating in the political process.
Women also play a key part in the social fabric of the country and have played a central role in the fight against caste discrimination and corruption.
In 2016, the Congress formed a government to tackle gender-based violence against women and women’s rights.
The Indian Women’s Commission for Women, which has been working for women’s health, has said the health sector is India’s “most vulnerable sector”.
The government is now also working to implement the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) recommendations for the use of antibiotics to treat infections in women.AAP and the BJP are now part of the government, and the Centre is set to launch the National Health Mission in 2018.