A charitable food distribution service organization partnered with Maharana Bhupal Hospital to launch a new cafeteria service. Their primary goal is to offer free meals to both patients and their family members. The cafeteria is now equipped with cutting-edge machines capable of producing 1200 rotis in just one hour, greatly enhancing meal production efficiency. On a daily basis, this facility is expected to prepare meals for an average of 500 individuals. This service will be particularly beneficial to patients and their relatives who often come from remote areas and may not have the means to afford expensive hotel dining. With the introduction of this initiative, all they need to do is show a gate pass to receive a free meal, making it more accessible and convenient for those in need.
There will be a meal service available for approximately two and a half hours during both the morning and evening. The provided meal will consist of items such as bread, two vegetable dishes, and a choice of rice or khichdi, a traditional Indian dish made of rice and lentils. This service welcomes the participation of retired individuals or socially conscious members of society who wish to contribute their services to this initiative.
During the ceremony, homage and memorials were paid to individuals including Sangeeta Sen, Dr. Suresh Gocher, Dr. Radha Rastogi, Dr. Gautam Damor, Bhuvanesh Champavat, Dr. Prakash Jain, Dr. Mahendra Singh Rathore, Dr. Ashok Sen, Nursing Supervisor Harish Chaubisa, Raktaveer Mukesh Sharma, Amit Porwal, the mother of Martyr Major Mustafa, Kedarnath Dadhich, and Hansa Soni.