Nagpur: Vishwa Hindu Parishad, one of the custodians of Hindu ideology, has now decided to offer its services in the field of health, and has thus launched India Health Line, a nation wide programme on health sector, which will be managed by VHP workers.
VHP leader Dr Pravin Togadia, who was in the city on Thursday, told the media about its health service programme, focusing on fours types of basic ailment, as surveyed by it—shortage of hemoglobin, BP, sugar and obesity, which are basic to begin with any major health complication.
He informed the media persons that VHP has started its health service work across the country by creating health awareness among masses. According to him, there have been deputed 40 ambassadors in Nagpur, and they were educated on Thursday regarding diagnosing the diseases.
As many as 100 doctors have been inducted in Nagpur to become part of VHP health mission, and VHP health workers will be prepared at Ward and Panchayat levels, he said, adding that VHP will provide free treatment and admission of patients, if need be there.