Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on November 17 flagged off the Mobile Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme Polyclinic to Tura at the Rhino Training Centre in Shillong.
Expressing gratitude for the invaluable service rendered by the Armed Forces and Ex-servicemen to the nation, Chief Minister Sangma highlighted the significance of the mobile polyclinic as a special gesture to provide essential medical care to those who have served the country. The initiative stands as a token of appreciation for their dedicated service.
"As a government, we are steadfast in our support for initiatives aimed at the welfare of our Ex-servicemen. The Mobile Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme Polyclinic is a noble endeavor, and I am delighted to announce a financial assistance of Rs 5 Lakhs from the CM's Special Grant for this initiative," stated Chief Minister Sangma.
The newly inaugurated Mobile Polyclinic is equipped to bring medical services closer to Ex-servicemen residing in Tura, ensuring accessibility to quality healthcare. This initiative aligns with the government's ongoing commitment to prioritize the health and well-being of those who have served in the defense forces.
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