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TIPRA Motha Party Chief Graces Inauguration of Mobile Health Camps, Promoting Accessible Healthcare in Tripura

In a remarkable display of community engagement, Pradyot Bikram Manikya DebBarma, the Chief of TIPRA Motha Party, made a significant appearance at the inauguration ceremony of the Mobile Health Camps. The event was organized by Oil India Limited as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, in collaboration with the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC). The inaugural camp took place in Kowaifung village, located in South Tripura.

With a strong commitment to the welfare and well-being of the tribal community, Pradyot Bikram Manikya DebBarma’s presence at the event emphasized the importance of accessible healthcare services for the underserved populations in Tripura. The Mobile Health Camps, a commendable effort by Oil India Limited, aim to bring quality healthcare directly to the doorsteps of remote and marginalized communities.

The inauguration ceremony witnessed an enthusiastic gathering of local residents and tribal community members, who eagerly awaited the commencement of the health camps. The collaboration between Oil India Limited and TTAADC highlights the significance of public-private partnerships in addressing the healthcare needs of the region effectively.

Pradyot Bikram Manikya DebBarma, known for his staunch advocacy for the welfare of the tribal community, lauded the efforts of Oil India Limited and TTAADC in initiating these Mobile Health Camps. He emphasized the transformative impact such initiatives can have on the lives of the underprivileged, ensuring that they have access to essential healthcare services.

The Mobile Health Camps, equipped with state-of-the-art medical facilities and staffed by qualified healthcare professionals, aim to provide comprehensive healthcare services, including consultations, diagnostics, and preventive care, to the residents of Kowaifung village and surrounding areas. This initiative holds the potential to bridge the healthcare gap and improve the overall well-being of the tribal communities in Tripura.

Pradyot Bikram Manikya DebBarma’s presence at the inauguration ceremony not only demonstrated his unwavering commitment to the welfare of the tribal community but also underscored the importance of collaboration between the government, private sector, and local communities in driving positive change. The Mobile Health Camps hold the promise of transforming healthcare accessibility and making a meaningful impact on the lives of those who have long been underserved.

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