SBI gave 35 lakhs to the institution for the hospital
Indore New World Representative
The corona epidemic has completely destroyed the medical system. Many people have been denied treatment. Now to deal with the third wave, the government is starting to make new arrangements. Many institutions are engaged in starting a hospital. These days Shri Guruji Sewa Trust is going to build a hospital with 108 beds capacity. For the purpose of helping financially, State Bank of India, Indore has given an amount of 35 lakhs to the institution. The institution will spend this amount to buy medical equipment and oxygen. Even patients will be given treatment at concessional rates. On Saturday, Indore Zone Deputy General Manager Sumit Roy gave a check of 35 lakhs to Gopal Goyal, Mukesh Hazela and other office bearers of the organization. Roy praised the institution for preparing Madhav Srishti Hospital in 12 days. On this occasion, Regional Manager of Regions 1 and 2 of the Bank, Mr. Alok Pradhan, Mr. Manoj Chaudhary and Liaison Officer Mr. Sujit Rao were present on the occasion.
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