Milk producers urged to reject private diaries


Speaking at a free medical camp jointly organised by Komul, Sagar Hospitals of Bangalore, Devaraj Urs Medical College, Kolar and Milk Producers Cooperatives of Nangali and other villages here on Saturday, he said that Komul has plans to set up super specialities for the benefit of milk producers.

“Komul has already brought in several welfare schemes for the benefit of the milk producers. The latter should realise that private dairies cannot provide all these facilities,” he remarked.

Legislator Amaresh and former minister Alangur Srinivas who inaugurated the medical camp, suggested milk producers to take advantage of the facility. As many as 950 patients were examined at the camp and dates for fixed for eye surgery for 35 people. Free spectacles were provided to 105, and 15 were diagnosed with cardiac problems. The cardiac patients have been asked to come to Bangalore for further treatment.

Komul had given Rs 20,000, Dr Shankar of Srinivasa Nursing Home had contributed medicines worth Rs 10,000 for the conduct of the camp. Doctors and specialists from Bangalore and Kolar took part in the camp.

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