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Tata Steel CSR: Mobile health care unit to serve in 3 villages in Sundargarh

Tata Steel CSR: Mobile health care unit to serve in 3 villages in Sundargarh

Tata Steel CSR: Mobile health care unit to serve in 3 villages in Sundargarh district

KALMANGA: Tata Steel CSR: Mobile health care unit to serve in 3 villages in Sundargarh district – Tata Steel BSL has devoted today a versatile essential medical care unit in Kalmanga town in Sundargarh area which will offer support of 3 connecting towns.

Felicitated as the Chief Guest Reena Rani Kumudei, Chairperson, Koida Panchayat Samiti, joined and hailed off the portable unit in presence of Dibyahas Ray, Head, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Tata Steel BSL.

Reena Rani Kumudei stated, “the versatile clinical consideration unit will be of extraordinary support of the distant towns of the territory as they will get doorstep medical services. She encouraged the residents to utilize the office.”

Expressing gratitude toward the public delegates and the neighborhood residents for their collaboration, Shri Ray stated, “this is our first mediation in the medical care administration for the region. Going ahead we will have numerous such financial activities under our CSR program for the towns.”

Dispatched as a component of the steel major’s CSR activities, the versatile unit is required to profit in excess of 2000 townspeople living in Kanu Sahi and Kalmang towns of Gandalpada town under Goali Panchayat of Keunjhar District and Malda Panchayat under Sundergarh District .

The versatile medical care unit will visit the three towns according to the endorsed timetable to give medical services at the doorsteps of townspeople and spread mindfulness about preventive measures for the different infections.

Smt Santoshi Mahakud and Smt Shrimati Dehuri, the ward individuals from Kalmanga, chiefs from the CSR division of Tata Steel BSL Ashutosh Das, Sanjay Sardar, Renuka Singh, Sagarika Satpathy and the residents were available on the event.

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