Rotary Heritage Dialysis Centre Inaugurated in Delhi

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NEW DELHI: The tireless endeavours jointly undertaken by The Rotary Club of Delhi Heritage in association with Sewa Bharti has yield fruitful results in the Nation’s Capital as the world class, 15 bedded Rotary Heritage Dialysis Centre is going to be inaugurated on Saturday, 24 th June, 2017 at Ashok Vihar, Delhi.

This Dialysis Center is well equipped with state of the art diagnostic and dialysis equipment and this has been dedicated to serve the desolate and the destitute sections of the society.

According to Rakesh Gupta, President Rotary Club of Delhi Heritage and owner of Sadhna TV Network, “The grand inauguration ceremony will be done by the honorable Sehsarkarvaha of the RSS Dr. Krishan Gopal along with Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Cabinet Minister for Science and Technology and Anoop Kumar Mittal, Chairman and Managing Director, National Building Construction Co. Ltd.”

Under the leadership of Rakesh Gupta, as President, Rotary Club of Delhi Heritage, a wide spectrum of Mega Charitable Projects of similar magnitude have been successfully implemented in service of the mankind. Recently, Rotary Club has donated tricycles, hearing aids, blind sticks and more to over 2000 Divyangjan at the Talkatora Stadium which has been a great successful event in itself.

After the inauguration of the Dialysis Centre, Rotary Club will even donate and dedicate a full-fledged Blood Collection Van that will be pressed into operations in the service of Rotary Blood Bank as a special gesture to promote blood donation amongst masses and classes, as a way of life.

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