The deputy commissioner of Siaha district in Mizoram, Bhupesh Chaudhary, flagged-off a newly acquired cellular medical unit to its first project.

The cellular medical unit comprising two medical doctors, two nurses and driver with personalized cellular medical van will go to Zero village for one-day free medical camp.

In a short flagging-off programme held at DC’s convention Corridor, Chaudhary profusely thanked Gasoline Authority of India Restricted (GAIL) and Wockhardt Basis for his or her distinctive benovelence proven to Siaha district.

Despite the fact that Siaha district doesn’t fall below their space of operation, they had been nonetheless thoughtful sufficient to dole out a reasonably large quantity from their CSR fund to enhance the pathetic training and well being situation.

Bhupesh additionally thanked CMO, DMS of Siaha and his subordinate officers at DC’s workplace for his or her unflinching help and cooperation in his CSR endeavours.

Bhupesh hoped that the medical cellular unit, which is virtually a major well being centre on the wheel, is not going to solely enhance well being situation of the agricultural space, but in addition save many lives within the days to return.

He additionally fortunately knowledgeable the gathering public that ‘many extra big PSUs have responded positively to his plea of CSR fund; and if phrases changed into actuality, greater than Rs 400 lakhs is within the pipeline for Siaha district’.

Talking on the event, Gulzarilal Biswas, space supervisor, Wockhardt, who had come all the way in which from Odisha at hand over the MMU van, expressed his happiness over witnessing this historic event of Siaha district.

He mentioned that this MMU van is personalized to fulfill the fundamental well being necessity of the agricultural areas and geared up with oxygen, emergency kits, testing kits for malaria, hemoglobin, typhoid and so on with medicines.

Siaha district is the primary and solely district from the entire of Northeast to get MMU from GAIL in partnership with Wockhardt.

The flagging-off programme was presided over by H Zonunmawia, election officer.

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