Deendayal Lunch Box Scheme to be Launched at GMCH Nagpur
Deendayal Lunch Box Scheme – The Yuva Zep Pratishtan is going to launch its ambitious scheme for providing food to the needy people named Deendayal Lunch Box scheme at Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH). Under the Deendayal Lunch Box scheme, the government provides lunch to the relatives of the patients at just Rs 10.
Details of Deendayal Lunch Box Scheme
The leader of ruling political party in Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) and president of the Yuva Zep Pratishtan had inaugurated the Deendayal Lunch Box Scheme at Ramdaspeth/Dhantoli for relatives of the patients on 3 October 2017. After this launch, many requested the organization in order to provide the same service at the GMCH.
According to the news, about 3,500 patients visit OPD of the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) daily. Around 3,000 patients are admitted to the hospital daily. Also, the relatives of the patients stay in large numbers at the hospital. Generally, the patients and their relatives coming to the hospital are belong to a financially weak background. Patients and the relatives are from various districts of Maharashtra and adjoining states like Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and cannot afford food at the hotels. Therefore, many can be seen cooking inside the hospital’s premises. A few also stay without lunch.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis
and the Medical Education Minister Mr. Girish Mahajan has been requested to allocate some space at Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) by Yuva Zep Pratishtan. Accordingly, the hospital has allotted 3,000 sqft on the premises.
Under theDeendayal Lunch Box Scheme, Yuva Zep Pratishtan will provide three chapatis, curry and rice at Rs10 to 1,000 people between noon and 3pm daily.
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