Jaipur, 5 September. Minister of State for Labor Shri Tikaram Julie said that strengthening the medical systems of the State Government is the first priority of the State Government. He said that a deadly disease like Thalassemia can be avoided by being aware.
Minister of State for Labor Mr Julie was addressing as the chief guest on Sunday. He inaugurated a free test camp for Thalassemia awareness and Thalassemia patients. This was organized under the joint initiative of Daksha Welfare Society and Global Integrated Foundation and Thalassemia at Mahawar Dharamshala, Nangli Circle, Alwar.
He said that the State Government has left no stone unturned in strengthening the medical arrangements. The corona management of the state has been excellent. Along with this, work is being done on a large scale for the prevention of possible thirds. He said that the work of providing cashless treatment up to five lakh rupees to every citizen of the state will be made available. This is a part of the Chiranjeevi Yojana.
He said that the government is improving the medical systems as well as being health conscious. Every person should get checked from time to time. He said that Thalassemia disease is not incurable, this disease can be prevented by being aware. Announcement of giving blood component separation machine.
The Minister of State for Labor said that the state-of-the-art blood component separation machine costing Rs 30 lakh would be made available to the general hospitals. In this context, he directed the CMHO to start the procurement process.
On this occasion, Thalassemia experts Dr Vikas Duva and Dr Arun explained in detail the causes, prevention and treatment of Thalassemia disease. He said that the couple should undergo an HPCL test before marriage to prevent Thalassemia. Mr Madan Chawla, Founder, Global Integrate Foundation thanked the visitors.
During this many enlightened people including Deputy CMHO Dr Mahesh Bairwa, Shri Narendra Meena, Shri Shadi Khan, Shri Rakesh Bairwa, Shri Raj Singh Yadav, Shri Sunil Patodia were also present.