Becoming Human to Social Work in Baramati
‘Acting actor Salman Khan’s Becoming Human Institute will work for the needy in the Baramati Lok Sabha constituency. Recently, Salim Khan met NCP chief Sharad Pawar.
Acting actor Salman Khan’s Beaming Human Institute will work for the needy in Baramati Lok Sabha constituency. Recently, Salim Khan met NCP chief Sharad Pawar. In the Baramati constituency, the Tata Trust took information about thousands of bicycles distributed to prevent the decline in girls’ schools and expressed the desire to work in the health and other sectors through the Becoming Human institution in the constituency, informed Supriya Sule.
Sule interacted with reporters in Daund sub-district hospital Sule. Through Sule’s efforts, a check-up camp was organized under the National Vitrishya Yojana at Daund Subdivision Hospital, in the presence of the Social Justice Department of the Government of India, Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan, Mumbai, the Artificial Limb Building Corporation (Alimco) Kanpur and Zilla Parishad and the District Administration. ‘Senior citizens participated in thousands of thousands of people in the camp. For this, 278 AAS Varkar of Daund taluka collect information about senior citizens and their health problems and fill up the application. Therefore, Sule appreciated Asha Verma in today’s camp. It was not done without them. Asha Varkar is the star of the show ‘Vyushree Camp’.
In the Baramati Lok Sabha constituency, the Trust has distributed 15 thousand bicycles to the girls through the Yashwantrao Chavan Trust to reach the girls from remote areas. Seeing that this work is going well, he has made a proposal to divide up to 9000 bicycles. The trust of Tatas is important. After securing our work, many NGOs like Becoming Human have come forward to work in the Baramati constituency. The trust of Tatas is a great testimonial for us. Central and state government have many health plans for others including senior citizens. We work as a bridge and link between plan and beneficiary. They try to get the right treatment.
– Supriya Sule, MP, Baramati