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Mohalla clinics will be started soon in Jabalpur: Priyavrat Singh


The innovation of organizing free health camps under the “Aapki Sarkar-Aapke Dwar”programme of the state government was noticed in Jabalpur. 
MLA Vinay Saxena took responsibility of this camp on his birthday.   As many as 14 thousand 670 persons registered and examined by medical experts in the camp. Free medicines were also provided along with medical consultation. Senior medicos were honoured on the occasion. Energy Minister Priyavrat Singh welcomed this innovation in Jabalpur district under his charge. He announced that Mohalla clinics will be started in Jabalpur soon. He said that Narendra Jain has donated 2 dialysis machines which will be set up in Manmohan Nagar hospital. 3 Sanjeevani Clinics to be started in every assembly constituency

On this occasion, Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Speaker Narmada Prasad Prajapati urged the state government to start 3 Sanjeevani clinics in each assembly constituency so that the poor and needy people can get free medical treatment near their homes. New tradition of public  service on birthday Public Relations Minister P.C. Sharma termed the introduction of new tradition of public service by MLA Vinay Saxena on his birthday as an inspiration for the society. 

He said that the state government has started providing free better medical care to the common man everywhere. Regular eye test of school children Rajya Sabha member Vivek Tankha congratulated MLA Vinay Saxena for giving a new message of public service.  He said that service to the suffering humanity through free health camp is a good initiative.  Tankha urged school children to have regular eye tests.

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Deputy Speaker Sushri Hina Kanvre, General Administration Minister Dr. Govind Singh, Scheduled Caste Welfare Minister Lakhan Ghanghoria, Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Kamleshwar Patel and MLA Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon also addressed the programme. Self-Finance Scheme Brochure was released on the occasion. Free driving licenses were distributed to college students. Spectacles were distributed to the patients after test.

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