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Extended free medical treatment to scribes in KGMU

 2015-11-19 15:21:02.0

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Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh Accredited Correspondent Committee has urged Governor Ram Naik to extend free medical facility to journalists in King George Medical University (KGMU).

A delegation of committee office-bearers led by the president Hemant Tiwari called upon the Governor�on Thursday�and demanded that journalist accredited at state headquarter be provided free medical treatment at KGMU on the tunes of Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Medical Institute (SGPGI). Tiwari requested Mr Naik that being the chancellor of KGMU, he should initiate action in this regard. Assuring committee office-bearers of all possible help, Governor said that he principally accept this demand and will ask state government as to what can be done in this regard.

The Governor inquired Mr Tiwari about the process of free medical treatment to accredited correspondents in SGPGI. President Hemant Tiwari apprised Governor that with the sincere efforts of previous committe, the state government has provided free medical treatment to all journalists accredited at state headquarters.

The delegation lead by Hemant Tiwari included Secretary Siddharth Kalhans, Vice-presidents Arun Tripathi, Mohd Tahir, Joint Secretary Shridhar Agnihotri, Treasurer Indresh Rastogi, executive members Bhaskar Dubey, TB Singh, Avinash Mishra, Tamanna Faridi, Jitendra Dubey, Naved, Anubhav Shukla, Satya Prakash Tripathi, Amitabh Trivedi, and Shabibul Hasan.

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