Maha: Soon, sanitary napkin vending machine to be installed in women jails

The Maharashtra Women's Commission says, within a month's time, they will install sanitary napkin vending machines in jails at Byculla, Thane, Kalyan, Pune, Amaravati, Aurangabad and Chandrapur

Maha: Soon, sanitary napkin vending machine to be installed in women jailsThe Maharashtra Women Commission will soon install sanitary napkin vending machines in nine jails, where women prisoners are undergoing the sentence. To make sure that the women prisoners have good hygiene, the Women Commission has taken this decision to install the vending machines and the incinerators. After the inspection of hygiene standards inside the jails, […]

Charitable Hospital doctors to conduct prisoners’ medical check-up

Across Maharashtra, the Charitable Hospital doctors will conduct the medical check-up of the prisoners. The medical camp will be organised in the jail premises. 400 doctors from the state while doctors from 74 hospitals of Mumbai will participate

Charitable Hospital doctors to conduct prisoners’ medical check-upTo examine the health of the prisoners the medical check-up will be conducted. Prisoners from all the jails across Maharashtra will be examined. Medical check-up of prisoners of Nagpur and Chandrapur jails have been conducted. OPD will be started in the jail premises. Due to which the prisoners will now be able to seek an […]

Maha: 3 years jail for not treating poor?

Poor people are often denied of treatment by the hospitals. So, the charity hospitals who deny treatment to the poor and the destitute won’t be spared, as the directors will have to spend three years in jail. The state government has amended the law and an action would be taken against the charity hospitals which refuse free and discounted treatment to the poor and destitute

Maha: 3 years jail for not treating poor?On Wednesday, Dr Ranjit Patil, Minister of state for home (urban) gave the information in the Legislative Council that; the government has amended the law and has imposed a new three-year sentence for hospitals rejecting treatment. Speaking to My Medical Mantra, Shiv Kumar Dige, charity commissioner said, “The High Court has ordered that poor patients should […]