Bengaluru: On-site mobile clinics for building construction labourers

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Jul 1: Labour minister Shivaram Hebbar said that many schemes had been implemented for improving the lives of building construction workers of the state and the department was emphasizing on quicker implementation of the projects that have been announced in this fiscal’s budget.

Hebbar said, “Building and other constructions workers face health issues as they work throughout the day. Mobile clinics are opened with a good intention of providing them healthcare near the site of work as they hardly find time and money to go to a doctor."

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“This mobile clinic has ultra modern facilities and it is implemented not only for the health of workers but also their families. The Shramik Sanjivini service can be obtained in emergency situations by dialling 155214.”





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  • prakash, Manipal

    Fri, Jul 01 2022

    This is a good initiative... Building workers usually work at heights and any underlying untreated condition can turn into fatal accident... They carry on with their lives without visiting hospitals for want of money or mere fear... Builders must support this move and it must become a routine requirement...

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Fri, Jul 01 2022

    another jumla by the useless government and governance...most of the time is spent on finding temples inside mosques and also nonsense issues that have divided the society...this is just an eye vehicle is made ready, photo shoot is done, press conference is called...after that devare gathi for the labourers..

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