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Had to travel to Vadodara twice a week for dialysis, now available at Chhota Udepur itself: Ruksanaben tells PM Modi

Chhota Udepur: During his video conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to several beneficiaries of central government’s schemes in health sector. One of them was Ruksanaben Anwarbhai Sheikh, a resident of Rangjufaliya near Kwant in tribal belt of Gujarat.

Ruksanaben had to travel twice a week to Vadodara for kidney dialysis, boarding a train. However now she gets the facility at Chhota Udepur itself.

District headquarters Chhota Udepur was lacking a facility of kidney dialysis. Needy patients had to travel to Vadodara for dialysis. However for last three months, the town has got kidney dialysis facility in local general hospital.

During his talk to Ruksanaben via video conference, Prime Minister Modi asked her to spend on education of children.


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