“Poor patients and their attendants are facing difficulties in getting meals twice a day. The Aahaar Centre run by the Government should not be closed at this situation. I request Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik not to close the Aahaar Centre at the SCB Medical College and Hospital in the interest of patients and their attendants,” said Shreetam.
Shreetam along with the members of ‘Jagannath Swami’ social organization distributed cooked foods among poor people in front of the Aahaar Centre today. He expressed happiness over closure of the Aahaar Centre there.
Notably, Aahaar Centre provides meals at Rs 5 each to people in cities across the State.