309 mothers, who had delivered girl child, will be given bonds of Rs1 lakh each under mission healthcare by city-based Kiran Multispecialty Hospital, set-up by diamantaires from Surat and Mumbai at an event to be held at Vesu on Sunday.
Kiran Multispecialty Hospital was inaugurated by Prime Minister in April 2017. The Rs500 crore hospital is run by Patidar Samaj Arogya Trust, where majority of members and office-bearers are from the diamond industry in Surat and Mumbai.
The hospital has announced that mothers giving birth to girl child will not have to pay a single penny to it. All the expenses on treatment and delivery will be borne by the hospital management.
Kiran Multispecialty Hospital chairman Mathur Savani said, “Over 309 mothers are entitled to receive Rs 1 lakh bond each for giving birth to girl child in our hospital since April 2017. Another 300 mothers, who have given second birth to girl child, will receive Rs 5 lakh bond.”
Savani added, “In addition to this, we will be giving away Rs 11,000 cash reward to over 100 Ganesha mandals for not immersing Ganesha idols in Tapi river last year and keeping the river clean. It was a record on Ganesha immersion day that not a single idol was immersed in the river.”