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Ayushakti Partners with Mumbai Police for a Free Pulse Reading Camp this April

KJ Staff
KJ Staff
Indian police

Ayushakti, the leading and most trusted Ayurvedic health centres founded by Dr. Smita Naram in 1987, collaborates with Mumbai police to offer a free pulse reading camp for the entire month of April. This pulse camp will reach out to around 45,000 frontline policemen across city.  

The camp which started last week on 1st April, will reach out to over 45,000 frontline policemen over a period of one month. 

This is an initiative by Ayushakti to acknowledge and appreciate the force for their service to the citizens always, and more so in these tough times of Covid-19 and lockdown. The free pulse reading camps are being held across all the 14 centres in Mumbai. 

With this step, Ayushakti acknowledges and appreciates the force for their service to the citizens, especially in these tough times of Covid-19 and lockdown. 

Speaking on this association, Dr. Smita Pankaj Naram, Co-Founder of Ayushaktisaid “We are glad to partner with the Mumbai Police and offer our services to the policeman. In the last one year the policeman have worked dutifully towards the city of Mumbai in maintaining strict protocols and easing the life of common man. This is our way of giving back to the city, where we reside as we want to appreciate our Police force. We are thankful to Mumbai Police for giving us this chance.” 

Ayushakti will be providing medicines to these police force at a discount of 20%. 

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