Nagpur: “As the Dialysis Centre of Swami Vivekanand Medical Mission is providing service at cheaper rate to patients in general, and as the Mission also provides surgical and general health services on charity basis, the individuals as well as voluntary organizations must contribute to such a noble cause of service to society,” said Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis at Khapri, on the outskirts of city, on Nov 28.
He was speaking at a function held to dedicate Laddhad Dialysis Centre to public, under the joint auspices of Swami Vivekanand Medical Mission and Nagpur Ishanya, at Khapri.
The function was presided by Mission president Dr Dilip Gupta.
He further said, Swami Vivekanand Medical Mission’s role being service to mankind has grown into its size like that of bunyan-tree, which is a matter of great pride. It provides cheaper rate medical services to patients as they cannot afford to expensive treatments. He wished that more and more such dialysis centres should open in the city.
In his introductory speech, Dr Dilip Gupta said, Rajiv Gandhi Arogya Seva has been launched by this Mission which is running on the cooperation extended by social institutions and government, and here the treatments are provided at cheapest rates. He also said, the Mission sprawling over 3.5 acre area of land offers various facilities under the hospital’s ambitious programmes.
Rahul Laddhad also expressed his views.
Present on the occasion were Nimish, Sunil, Jivanlal, Mahesh, Satish and Hemant, all Laddhad brothers, and representatives of Rotary East, LIC Golden Jubilee Foundation, Provincial Automobiles, Ankur Seeds, Satyanarayan Nuwal, Amit Panchmatiya, Brahmos Aero Space, State Bank of India, Bank of India, Rotary Ishanya. All these were felicitated at the hands of CM Fadnavis.
Also present on the occasion were Dr Prashant Onkar and other guests.