Cleanliness drive held

Cleanliness drive held

September 23, 2018

Mysuru:  As part of Clean India Mission, Mata Amritanandamayi Math, in association with Amritakripa Hospital, conducted awareness on cleanliness and hygiene and a free medical camp at the Government Primary School in K. Hemmanahalli near here.

The staff, including doctors, nurses and supporting staff of the hospital, Math devotees and volunteers took part in the cleanliness drive besides creating awareness among the villagers on the importance of cleanliness.

Br. Ramakrishna, In-charge of the Math’s Mysuru branch, Gen. Surgeon Dr. Vikas Modi, Gynaecologist Dr. Sowmya, physician Dr. Sudheer and others took part in the drive which would continue till Oct.2.


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