CM overwhelmed to see services being provided to cancer patients at Virat Hospice

Bhopal, July 2, 2018 (Ataullah Faizan):  The Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed intention to start services for cancer patients in other places of the state with cooperation of non-government organizations. He described services being rendered selflessly to the cancer patients in Virat Hospice located near Bhedaghat of Jabalpur as exemplary. Mr. Chouhan along with the Senior Journalist Mr. Sanjay Sinha reached Virat Hospice being run by Brahamrishi Mission Samiti at Jabalpur in the morning today. Mr. Chouhan met all the 24 cancer patients, who are under the treatment in the Hospice and enquired about their wellbeing. He also encouraged the patients, who are suffering from cancer by presenting them rose flowers. Overwhelmed by the services being provided to the cancer patients in the Hospice, Mr. Chouhan took blessings from the Director and Head of the Brahamrishi Mission Samiti Sadhvi Gyaneshvari Didi. He described services being provided to the cancer patients as remarkable and incomparable. He mentioned that an action plan will be prepared in the guidance of Sadhvi Gyaneshvari Didi and with the cooperation of Brahmarishi Mission Samiti to start these provisions and services in other places of the state.

CM Mr. Chouhan also met meritorious students of school being run for children of poor families by the Brahamrishi Mission Samiti at Gwarighat. While presenting citation letters to the children, he told them to study hard and to leave worry about the further studies with the government. He said that expenses of higher education of these children of poor families will be incurred under the schemes being implemented by the government.

Moreover, Mr. Chouhan also issued instructions to the officers to install transformer for uninterrupted power supply in the Virat Hospice and construction of approach road up to the organization. Mr. Chouhan was honoured by Sadhvi Gyaneshvari Didi by presenting him shawl and shriphal on his visit to the Virat Hospice.