MINISTER, SMT. SHEILA DIKKSHIT INAUGURATED FIRST FREE HEALTH CHECK-UP
CAMP ORGANIZED BY THE DELHI CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION
LTD. FOR RESIDENTS AND MEMBERS OF 18 CO-OPERATIVE GROUP HOUSING
SOCIETIES OF MOTHER DAIRY COMPLEX, I.P. EXTENSION, DELHI ON 8TH
JULY, 2001 AT EKTA GARDEN.
Sheila Dikshit said such camps helped the citizens learn certain
facts about proper health care and they also received free medical
aid. Smt.Sheila Dikshit emphasised that such camps should be organised
in all parts of the city on a regular basis. She also announced
that this year a Health Mela will be organised during Co-operative
week, starting from November 18. In all, 25 doctors and 4 nurses
attended to the problems of the residents and later they were
presented mementos for their contribution.
the camp more than 500 beneficiaries had their examination through
specialist doctors. Such camps would be organised by the Delhi
Co-operative Housing Finance Corporation Ltd. as a part of social
commitment under the welfare schemes in the remaining 8 Co-operative
Group Housing Complexes spread over Delhi for which necessary
guidelines have been issued to make more effective and user friendly.
function was praised over by local MLA and Chairman, District
Development Committee (East), Smt. Meera Bharadwaj. The programme
was organised by Delhi Co-operative Housing Finance Corporation
Ltd. under its welfare schemes as apart of "Bhagidari Yojana"
of the Delhi Government.
Minister, Dr. Yoganand Shastri gave valedictory address to conclude
the function and he praised the efforts of the DCHFC in this direction.
Dr. Anil Chaturvedi, a senior doctor of Apollo Hospitals as a
coordinator gave vote of thanks.