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Deputy CM Rajendra Shukla Drives Efforts for Cancer Screening Camp in Rewa

Rewa: Deputy Chief Minister Rajendra Shukla played a pivotal role in orchestrating a crucial meeting to strategize for an upcoming cancer screening camp scheduled to take place on February 24th and 25th in Rewa. The meeting, attended by concerned officers and staff, focused on ensuring that essential facilities are provided to enable early-stage screening and deliver quality treatment to all individuals diagnosed with cancer during the camp.

Expressing his determination towards this initiative, Deputy CM Shukla highlighted the significance of the camp, stating, “More than 5 5,000 people will be able to avail health facilities in this divisional camp.” His statement underscores the scale and impact of the event, which aims to reach a significant portion of the population in need of medical assistance.

“Furthermore, Rajendra Shukla urged the residents of the area to actively participate in the camp, emphasizing the collective responsibility towards building a healthier Rewa. He echoed the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a developed India, underscoring the importance of community involvement in achieving national health goals”.

The Deputy CM’s involvement in driving efforts for the cancer screening camp reflects a proactive approach toward addressing public health challenges. By prioritizing early detection and access to quality treatment, the initiative aims to mitigate the impact of cancer in the region and contribute to the overall well-being of the community.

As preparations for the camp continue, the collaborative efforts of government officials, healthcare professionals, and community members signal a concerted commitment towards promoting health and wellness in Rewa. With Deputy CM Rajendra Shukla’s leadership, the camp is poised to make a significant difference in the lives of those affected by cancer, underscoring the importance of proactive healthcare interventions in building a healthier society.

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