Hindu Help Line launched medical and legal schemes for economically deprived people of the country. The decision to this effect was taken at the national meeting organised in Pune on November 25. Conveners, coordinators and representatives from over 25 states attended the meeting, which was presided over by VHP working president Dr Pravin Togadia.
Addressing the workers, Dr Togadia said the Hindu Help Line in its meeting held in Indore had announced the Annapoorna Tiffin Service for the relatives of the patients. Now, as a follow up of the scheme, the Dhanvantari Hospital Scheme has been introduced. Under this scheme, the Hindu Help Line activists would arrange food and fruits for the patients. In every six months, Dhanvantari health camps will be organised all over the country. Dadhichi Blood Donation camps scheme started last year has got excellent response and since then over 33,000 needy patients have been provided blood all over the country. The legal aid will be provided through Hindu Advocates Forum.