Mother Helpage launches Medline/ Ambulance Service in District Bandipora.

 

Sehrul Nisa

Bandipora, September 01: An ambulance service under the Medline Service has been launched today by Mother Helpage organization at Aloosa in North Kashmir’s Bandipora District.

The mother helpage dedicated an ambulance to the public for any medical emergency and like – wise situations.The ambulance service was inaugurated by Chairman Batra Hospital New Delhi (Patron Mother Helpage, India) Prof Dr. Upendra Kaul
who at the mean time also inaugurared District Branch Office for Mother Helpage at Aloosa Bandipora.

Many senior citizens were present In the launching ceremony who appreciated the efforts of Mother Helpage for this great courtesy.

The ambulance service will remain available 24×7 stationed at Aloosa Branch near Eliclxir Garden School and would cater a huge area from village Zurimanz to Ajas and other adjacent areas of Bandipora district.

Since this area is backward when it comes to healthcare facilities therefore availability of this ambulance service will facilitate in time medical care particularly when it comes to critical cases.

People in general have expressed their gratitude for launch of such services.
It is pertinent to mention here that J&K Students Welfare Mission, a native organization of the District is facilitating the initiatives at ground levels and hails the efforts made by Mother Helpage in the district especially during these tough times.

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