Jabalpur News: Why CGHS’s Sixth Dispensary did not open
Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. Concerns over negligence were expressed despite the Kovid crisis. Vision Jabalpur has accused the CGHS Additional Director of negligence. Sixth Dispensary of CGHS is absent in Jabalpur despite long standing assurance. Retired employees are agitated by this. Similarly, even in the recognized hospitals, patients are not getting the benefit of CGHS during the Kovid period. Not taking action despite complaints is worrying. Vision Jabalpur President Rajendra Singh has submitted a memorandum in this regard to MP Rakesh Singh. It has also demanded concrete steps. If this is not done then the movement was warned.
Encouraged police under the guidance of Jan Abhiyan Parishad: The Institute for Overall Development of Excellence Committee has been doing a variety of social work during the Corona epidemic. This includes the Stop-Toko campaign, mine safety mine mask, sanitization, distribution of masks, awareness of vaccine, grain distribution etc. In order to encourage and keep them in view of the responsible work of the Adhartal Police Staff, the members of the institution and the MP Jan Abhiyan Parishad encouraged the policemen who were always ready for public service, even in an epidemic that lasted for some time. Also, the diet was distributed to all. MP Jan Abhiyan Parishad District Coordinator Pradeep Tiwari, Bharat Mahrolia (Development Block Coordinator, Vijay Khare, Navneet Srivastava, Vijay Rajak and The President of The Iode Association Asbar Shah, Bijendra Singh, Imran Shah, Javed, Santosh, Ahafaz and other members supported. did.
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