In a heartening gesture, a man has opened a clinic in Dehradun’s Jeevangadh area to fulfill his mother’s last wish and is giving free treatment to the poor.
According to a report in Hindi News Portal, Social worker Suhel Pasha’s mother passed away some time ago. During her illness, his mother had expressed her willingness to work towards providing free treatment to the poor villagers. He has opened this clinic to fulfill the same.
A special team of doctors from outside the city will check and examine the patients every Wednesday. Medicines are also being provided free to the poor through clinics. Suhel Pasha also bears the cost of bringing doctors to clinics, including medicine.
Suhel Pasha said that he plans to open the clinic daily and also try to get a variety of tests free of charge with free medicines.
Meanwhile, the Uttarakhand government has eased coronavirus norms for tourists, exempting them from producing a negative test report on arrival. In a revised set of guidelines for tourists, Chief Secretary Om Prakash said it is not mandatory for them to bring coronavirus negative report before checking into a hotel or homestay.
However, it will be mandatory for tourists coming to the state by any mode of transportation to register on the Smart City portal prior to their travel, the latest set of directions that came into effect.