The government is going an extra mile for ‘Healthy Maharashtra’. Government is organising health camps to provide the free latest medical facilities in the rural areas. If a patient requires a surgery, the financial help is provided from the CM relief fund. If every person is healthy in the state, then, Maharashtra can become healthy. For which, big corporate companies are also coming forward. Latest medical facilities are provided through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Now, Bollywood actor Ashmit Patel, who is a fitness enthusiast, has also joined in the government’s initiative. Ashmit, has given 5 digital electrolyte analyzers worth Rs 10 lakhs to JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai. Two analyzers will be given at the mega health camp, initiated by Girish Mahajan, Medical Education Minister, for the free treatment of poor patients.
Speaking about Ashmit’s efforts, Girish Mahajan, Medical Education Minister said, “Everyone should come forward to help Maharashtra become healthy. Corporate companies should provide treatment to the needy through CSR to enable the poor people to get latest medical facilities.”
He added, “State government had organised mega helath camps in Beed, Dhule, Nandurbar and Ralegan Siddhi. And in the future too, mega health camps like this will be organised,” informed Girish Mahajan, Medical Education Minister.