The Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd (RRVUNL) will open a well-equipped hospital in Chhattisgarh’s Sarguja where the company owns coal mines that feed its thermal plants in the state.
The establishment of the hospital would be done under corporate social responsibility (CSR), a statement said on Monday.
RRVUNL Chairman and Managing Director R.K. Sharma has proposed the plan to the district administration in Sarguja. The proposal is reportedly under process.
The state-owned power company of Rajasthan in collaboration with Adani Foundation has organized more than 35 medical camps in the mining-affected villages in the last three months.
With the help of mobile medical vehicles, more than 500 locals were provided free treatment and medicines from April to June.
An ambulance facility is provided in these villages for round-the-clock emergency service.
Under the CSR head, healthcare services like rural medical centers, dispensaries, ambulances and mobile medical vehicles had been provided in the 12 villages of Udaipur block over the last one decade. Daily Pioneer