Aurangabad, April 14: The Aurangabad Municipal Company (AMC) has acquired a share of Rs 2 crore from the state …
Aurangabad, April 14:
The Aurangabad Municipal Company (AMC) has acquired a share of Rs 2 crore from the state authorities to combat towards the Covid-19 state of affairs within the metropolis. The federal government had attracted the fund from numerous firms below the CSR. In the meantime, the AMC has determined to utilise the fund by buying 15 mini ambulances, fridges (of 200-litre capability), de-refrigerators and different gear stated the municipal officer of well being (MoH) Dr Neeta Padalkar.
It might be famous that the AMC administrator A Ok Pandey had requested the state authorities to supply monetary help from the CSR fund. The small ambulances (Van kind) shall be purchased in order that they may simply transfer in any slim lanes and bylanes of the town, she stated.
The AMC has additionally acquired fund (of Rs 1.59 crore) below the Nationwide City Well being Mission (NUHM) to AMC to undertake satisfactory measures and provides high quality therapy to Covid-19 sufferers. The fund shall be utilised for testing kits, launch fee of well being workers, allowances, enchancment of laboratory, improve in manpower and many others, stated Dr Padalkar.