My Mission | Healthy Sonipat
India is ranked at 112 out of 190 countries by the World Health Organization’s 2000 report. A staggering 70% of the population still lives in rural areas and has no or limited access to hospitals and clinics. A huge chunk of our population is unaware of the statutory recognition of the right to health and medical facilities enshrined under article 21 of the Constitution of India. The situation is no different in the city of Sonipat. The city lacks some of the basic facilities like patient transportation services and the local medical administration are not well equipped to cater to the medical problems of the citizens. Understanding this dilemma of citizens I took a few steps with the assistance of Jan Sewa Charitable Society. Some of the crucial steps involve organizing free medical check-up camps in various localities of Sonipat. We have also allocated an ambulance round the clock to tackle any emergency response situation. These are only very minor steps but in future, I have plans to extend my support extensively for the welfare of my neighbourhood.
Health is wealth