RMD Foundation : Shobhatai Dhariwal Enhances Emergency Medical Services Of Sri Ashtavinayak Mitra Mandal In Vishrantwadi With Ambulance Donation
Pune : NpNews24 Online – RMD Foundation | Addressing the inaugural ceremony of an ambulance donation to Sri Ashtavinayak Mitra Mandal in Vishrantwadi, Shobhatai Rasiklal Dhariwal, Vice President of the RMD Foundation, emphasised the critical role of timely medical care in emergencies. “In instances of emergency, receiving prompt medical care can be crucial for preserving the patient’s life. In these critical moments, the timely arrival of an ambulance serves as a vital link between the patient and the hospital, potentially saving lives,” said Shobhatai Rasiklal Dhariwal.
During her speech, Shobhatai Dhariwal shared her two-decade-long commitment to working for scholarships, environmental causes, and healthcare for those in need. She also advocated for vegetarianism as a nutritious diet, encouraging people to take pride in choosing a vegetarian lifestyle.
Bapu Pathare praised Shobhatai Dhariwal’s efforts, highlighting her continuation of the legacy of Rasiksheth Dhariwal’s social work, which has supported numerous social projects across the country. “With the generous donation of Rasiksheth Dhariwal, many social projects were implemented across the country. By looking at the work of Shobhatai, I feel the same tradition is being followed by Shobhatai,” affirmed Pathare.
While speaking on the occasion, Ad. Bhagwan Jadhav expressed his optimism about the ambulance’s impact on aiding needy patients in Vishrantwadi, Yerawada, and surrounding areas. Sri Ashtavinayak Mitra Mandal honoured Shobhatai Dhariwal during the event, presenting her with a replica of the ambulance, a shawl, and a shreephal.
The ceremony saw the presence of notable individuals, including Shirish Mohite, Anil Tingre, Mangala Mantri Arjun Bhaiyya Jagtap, Vishal Tingre, Dr. Rasik Shetia, Dilip Pawar, Colonel Tripti Deshpande, Senior Police Inspector Dattatray Bhapkar, Suhas Bora, Ad. Sanket Bora, Dilip Patil, and Rahul Jadhav of Ashtavinayak Mitra Mandal, as well as other community members. The ambulance donation is expected to significantly benefit healthcare services in the region.
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