Like every year, the country is observing Doctor's Day on July 1 to honour the contributions of the doctors. The first Doctor's day was celebrated in July 1991.
Amit Shah said rates of isolation beds which were Rs 24,000 to Rs 25,000 earlier have been reduced to Rs 8000 to Rs 10,000.
Shah had called the meeting after chairing one along with Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on Sunday in which Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal were present.
The Home Minister lauded the contribution of the State's workers in building the nation's most developed regions and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government at the Centre is focused on developing the eastern region including Bihar of the country.
Shah also urged the people to follow PM Modi’s appeal and make maximum use of the products made in the country.
"I am completely healthy and am not suffering from any disease," Shah tweeted in Hindi. He also thanked well-wishers for enquiring about his health and said that he has "no hatred towards those who spread the rumours".
Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday vowed not to spare anyone involved in Delhi violence. Shah said prima facie the violence appears to be a pre-planned conspiracy.
Giving a clarification on the CAA issue, he said, "When we brought CAA, the opposition including Mamata Banerjee and Communists raised a scare that the citizenship of Muslims will be taken away.
Stating the inflation to be at 7 per cent in the state, the statement further noted that West Bengal's infrastructure is in disrepair and even basic public services are not being provided.
"There will be 15 trustees in Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, of which one will always be from Dalit community. For such an unprecedented decision that strengthens social harmony, I thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi," Shah tweeted.