One rupee clinic again showed amazing, delivery of woman at railway station. The woman has given birth to a child at the most crowded Panvel station in Mumbai.
- The woman has given birth to a child at Panvel station.
- One rupee clinic ‘came forward to rescue the woman.
- The clinic started after the Bombay High Court order.
A woman has given birth to a child at the most crowded Panvel station in Mumbai (Mumbai) on Thursday morning. According to the news agency ANI, the woman was going from Nerul towards Panvel when she started having labor in the middle way. However, the doctors and the staff of the ‘One-Rupee Clinic’ of the railway reached the place to rescue the woman and helped her to give birth to the child. At the moment, both the woman and her baby are healthy and both have been shifted to a hospital.
This is not the first time that Railway’s ‘One Rupee Clinic’ has proved to be helpful for those traveling in the local train. Just last month, a 29-year-old woman gave birth to a child at the ‘One Rupee Clinic’ at Thane railway station. Was In April also, a delivery was made by the clinic at this station. Let us know that in the year 2017, ‘One Rupee Clinic’ were built at different railway stations in Maharashtra. The purpose of this clinic is to help railway passengers in medical emergency.
Explain that after an order of Bombay High Court, Central Railway and a medical firm of Mumbai jointly started this 24×7 ‘One Rupee Clinic’. In this clinic, only one rupee is charged from the railway passengers. Blood pressure is checked here for free. Also, the cost of other types of medical tests is also very low.