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Jai Ram Thakur appreciates VMRT services

The State Government is committed to the smooth functioning of this trust. All essential steps have been taken for the arrangement of MRI and all possible help will be extended as and when needed.

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Dharamshala: Expressing happiness over the services offered by Vivekanand Medical Research Trust Palampur to the public, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister and VMRT Chief Patron Jai Ram Thakur extolled the efforts of former chief minister Shanta Kumar and other trustees.

The Chief Minister said at present the trust has been offering two major services to the people at its campus. Shanta Kumar cherished a dream decades back to serve the people of the area, proving that nothing is impossible in this world if objectives are noble and decided with a pious heart, he added.

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Speaking at a meeting of Vivekanand Medical Research Trust, Palampur organised at its campus, on Tuesday, he said that the Yog, Naturopathy, Panchkarma and Physiotherapy were started under a cluster treatment system at the Kayakalp in 2005 but it took a long way to start Vivekanand Hospital facing a lot of hurdles and difficulties and it could be started in the year 2012 only after putting in untiring efforts, he said.

The Chief Minister said, “I am pleased to know that Kayakalp is the first Aayush hospital in Himachal Pradesh recommended by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers (NABH). It has earned a good name in and outside the nation in the treatment of lifestyle-related diseases. A large number of lives had been saved in an emergency as people are getting upgraded health services at their doorsteps. The trust has been successful in achieving its foundation goals,” he added.

He said he had come to learn about a new project oath taken by Shanta Kumar, the foundation of which had been laid. The Vayovridh Seva Sahyog Kendra under the name ‘Vishranti’ is a new leaf turned. This centre would prove a boon to the aged under medical emergency and geriatric care system.

He wished an early functioning of this Centre. The State Government is committed to the smooth functioning of this trust. All essential steps have been taken for the arrangement of MRI and all possible help will be extended as and when needed.

Thakur hoped that the roadmap prepared by VMRT for setting up of cath lab within two months, Nursing College named after Martyr Saurabh Kalia and Mount Kailash Block as desired by the Dalai Lama would usher in a new phase in the medical and health activities at the campus.

Speaking on the occasion, Health Minister Dr Rajiv Saizal said the concept of integrated health facilities initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was being realized at VMRT. He congratulated Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur for achieving a cent per cent vaccination of the first dose of Corona vaccine for the eligible population in Himachal Pradesh.

VMRT Chairman Shanta Kumar welcomed Jai Ram Thakur and others present at the meeting. Remembering the founding history of Vivekanand Medical Research Trust, he termed the ongoing meeting historical. He enumerated the difficulties faced during the foundation of this health institute. He told that the Vishranti, Vayovridh Seva Sahyog Kendra would house all basic and upgraded essential and health facilities.

Jai Prakash Sewa Sansthan Founder J P Gaur shared his journey as an entrepreneur in Himachal Pradesh. He said the dream of Shanta Kumar had been realised.

VMRT Managing Trustee Manoj Gaur, while conducting the meeting welcomed the Chief Minister and others on behalf of the trust. He said the cath lab would start within the stipulated period at VMRT.

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