Friday, September 17, 2021

Tata Blue Scope dedicates mobile medical van to Sri Sathya Sai Arogya Vahini

Areas devoid of healthcare facilities will be served by mobile medical van.

Jamshedpur: On the occasion of 75th Independence Day, Tata Blue Scope, reiterating its resolve to establish a healthy society, dedicated a mobile medical van to Sri Sathya Sai Arogya Vahini.

Senior officials of Blue Scope handed over the keys of the van to the members of Sri Sathya Sai Arogya Vahini during a function organized in Sukhtara Bal Vikas Vidyalaya premises of Bagunahatu.

On this occasion, a free medical checkup camp was also organized by Sri Sathya Sai Arogya Vahini.

More than 60 students of the school besides their parents benefited from the camp. After unfurling the national flag in the school premises, Tata Blue Scope AGM Rajesh Tripathi, Assistant Manager Aditi Sharma and other officials handed over the mobile medical van to the members of Sri Sathya Sai Arogya Vahini.

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During this, AGM Rajesh Tripathi said that the goal of his company is to establish a healthy society.

He would always like to work closely with the organization associated with it. Appreciating the Shri Sathya Sai Trust dedicated to social welfare, he said that similar spirit is needed to fulfill the concept of a healthy society.

Assistant Manager Aditi Sharma assured full cooperation on behalf of the company in the upliftment of the needy people in future also.

Apart from other office bearers of Tata Blue Scope, D Sinha, Head of Tata Steel Societies, Dr. Maheshwari Prasad, former Civil Surgeon and many other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

During this, Dr. PK Mishra and Dr. Kumar Mrinal, expert doctors of Sri Sathya Sai Arogya Vahini, conducted health checkup of more than 60 students besides their parents in the medical checkup camp organized in the school premises.

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Free medicines were also given to the needy people who reached the camp.

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