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    A health camp for accredited women journalists working in print and electronic media was inaugurated by Telangana State Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari on Wednesday in Hyderabad. The CS shared that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has resolved to provide women with a complete health profile by conducting free health check-ups camps for women across the state. This health camp is being started as per the direction of State MA&UD Minister K.T. Rama Rao.

    The free health check-ups provide an opportunity for women journalists to get a complete health checkup. The CS suggested that women journalists should utilize this opportunity and expressed her happiness that women journalists were also included in the programme.

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    Telangana State is already leading in the country with a low maternal and child mortality rate. The government is conducting comprehensive health programmes like KCR Kit, eye tests (KantiVelugu), and free health camps for the welfare of the people. In the first phase of the KantiVelugu programme, free eye checkups were done for 1.5 crore people, out of which 45 lakh people were distributed free spectacles. In the second phase, the government has decided to conduct more eye camps and cover 1.7 crore people.

    The CS advised women journalists to take advantage of this ten-day free medical camp for accredited women journalists. Information and Public Relations Commissioner and Special Chief Secretary to Municipal Administration and Urban Development Arvind Kumar, Medical Health Secretary SAM Rizvi, Health Commissioner Sweta Mohanty, I&PR Department Director Rajamouli were also present at the inauguration.

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