Rashmi Ranjan

Acclaimed for its humanitarian activities and contributions towards developmental causes, the Bansidhar and Ila Panda Foundation (BIPF), the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) wing of Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys Limited (IMFA), organised a free mega health camp in Choudwar in Cuttack.

More than 1000 patients from the nearby areas took benefit of the mega health camp which was organised at Jajatikeshari Club located in ward No- 10 in the Choudwar municipality.

The mega health camp was supervised by senior IMFA officials- Lalat Keshari Mohapatra, Dhiren Kumar Nath and Sarada Prasad Rao.

A team of five doctors from different departments offered health services and specialist consultations to the patients of the locality.

“I express my gratitude to IMFA for organising the health camp at ward number 10 of the municipality. This showcases IMFA’s commitment and service to the society,” said Sanjeeb Mohapatra, the executive officer of the municipality.

“We have been carrying out various developmental works including providing education, potable water and healthcare services in the 19 council wards and five panchayats as part of our CSR activities,” said IMFA’s Public Relations Officer Dhruba Charan Rout.

Meanwhile, the local residents have praised IMFA for its contribution to building a better society.

“I would like to thank IMFA for organising a mega health camp,” said Suvendu Samal, president of Jajatikeshari Club.