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Rajib Bhattacharjee inaugurates health camp at Swami Dayalananda High School

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, August 03. A health camp was organized at Swami Dayalananda High School on Thursday. Eminent social worker Rajib Bhattarcharjee inaugurated the camp, emphasizing the significance of good health as the most valuable asset for individuals.

He stressed that maintaining good health not only impacts individuals but also influences the environment and society. He further highlighted the importance of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign) initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in 2014.

Bhattarcharjee applauded the commitment of the youth in keeping the environment clean and remarked that young boys and girls are now placing greater importance on cleanliness after nine years. He called on students to continue promoting cleanliness as a crucial aspect of personal well-being, and he acknowledged the special emphasis given by the Prime Minister to the cause.

Corporator Seema Deb, school teacher Mili Dhar, and others were present at the health camp. Many students also actively participated in the event.

Bhattarcharjee urged the attendees to maintain their involvement in such health camps in the future. He encouraged them to participate in health screenings regularly to safeguard their well-being. Let’s all support these efforts to keep the community healthy and thriving in the days to come.

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