Karnataka Dy CM G Parameshwara flags off 16 mobile health units

Updated:3 months, 2 weeks ago IST

Bengaluru (Karnataka), Aug 02 (ANI): Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara flagged off 16 mobile health units in Bengaluru. The mobile units were launched by Social Welfare Department, at the cost of Rs 8 crore. They will provide medical facilities to the tribal communities living in forest areas. Hailing the initiative, G parameshawara said, “Government of Karnataka under the social welfare department and Minister Priyank Kharge started this new scheme to provide health facilities to the doorstep of tribal people. It is because these people don’t want to come out of their places so naturally we have to go to their doorsteps.” Priyank Kharge said, “This particular exercise of mobile health service is good to go for delivering health to doorsteps. This is especially for the forest locals who have no access to these facilities. So the idea is to ensure that if we are able to deliver these services we’ll ensure that they get healthy and nourished lifestyle.”

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