** Arjun Deshpande Inaugurates First “Generic Aadhaar” Franchise Store in Ahmedabad City by risking to fly from Mumbai, When the world gets hit with Second Covid-19 Wave….! * - DIGITAL CINEMA

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** Arjun Deshpande Inaugurates First “Generic Aadhaar” Franchise Store in Ahmedabad City by risking to fly from Mumbai, When the world gets hit with Second Covid-19 Wave….! *

 


GENERIC AADHAAR Inaugurate its First Exclusive Outlet in Ahmedabad city in the presence of ruling party BJP’s MLA Mr. Kishorebhai Chauhan, Vejalpur with other dignitaries when the world gets hit with Second Wave of Covid-19 but our unstoppable young Founder Mr. Arjun Deshpande wants to Stand for the Common man in this panic COVID-19 Pandemic Situation and he will be announcing 1000+ stores by coming years for the betterment of healthcare in Gujarat.


                          Arjun Deshpande Founder and CEO of Generic Aadhaar started this Venture at the age of Sixteen,2yrs back from Mumbai and now inaugurating its exclusive first outlet in Ahmedabad city when the world gets hit with Second Wave of Covid-19. The Young Founder and his expert team will risk to fly from Mumbai on this emergency situation to bullet start affordable generic medicines for every Indians benefits and will be launching their own manufactured anti-bacterial drug “Azithromycin” which is effective in treating COVID-19 Patients with other affordable generic medicines at their Ahmedabad city’s “Generic Aadhaar” store for the people of Gujarat, the State where “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” originally started by our “Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi” and which these days encouraged for boosting our Economy by our beloved Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji as now it’s Time “VOCAL FOR LOCAL” with the same Vision of our true great leaders Arjun Deshpande also aims to provide made in India medicines through “Generic Aadhaar” Stores at very affordable price as he believes medicines are not luxury but necessity. Generic Aadhaar will also be reaching other cities in Gujarat- Anand, Gandhinagar, Surat, Vododara, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Navsari, Mehsana, Valsad and Amreli later will be inaugurating across India’s mention cities such as Nagpur, Pune, Sangli, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Satna, Katni, Sagar, Ernakulam(cochin), Hyderabad, Kolkata, Howrah, Madhyapura, Gaziabad, Meerut, Patna, Lucknow, Varanasi, Banaras, Noida, Bhuwaneshwar, Sundergad, Bangalore, Pondicherry, Coimbatore and so on…

            At this novel age he has launched 20+ Generic Aadhaar medicines which are up to 80% reasonable price than branded Medicines & have benefited customers which resulted a good footfall at our franchise stores. Also, we launched own in-house Software which is system friendly and easy operated for the franchise retailers to the end customers to introduce Retailers in the Digital World.  

        Arjun Deshpande says…. “This is the best feeling when you are helping the nation in an innovative idea of a start-up venture for boosting the economy and firmly standing with the common man by providing the inexpensive and easily accessible Generic Medicines for the betterment of healthcare in India, Started in Mumbai Maharashtra then inaugurated the Store in Capital and it feels Great honour to visit Gujarat-Ahmedabad City for First Store launch of Generic Aadhaar. The Land where “Aatmanirbar Bharat” roots for a well-heeled Nation” happily concluded Arjun.

     **About Generic Aadhaar :--

Started by a sole mission of making medicines available to every Indian, a 16-year-old set his eyes on the pharma industry. At this novel age, Mr. Arjun Deshpande, one of India’s youngest entrepreneurs founded this innovative venture, Generic Aadhaar. After the buzz even Ratan Tata Sir was impressed and joined hands with the Young Founder to Support the unique Pharma Business for better Healthcare in India.

              Generic Aadhaar is a registered trademark of Swasthya Life science Pvt Ltd. As per statistics, about 60% of Indians cannot afford to buy their daily medicines. The reason is the high prices which are absolutely unnecessary in the Indian pharmaceutical market. About 85-90% of the medicines in the market are generic. The customer has to pay for high costs of these generics because they are marketed and branded resulting in high incurred costs of marketing and promotional activities.

 * Kali Das Pandey.



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