Aurangabad, June 10: Government Medical College and Hospital dean Dr Kanan Yelikar inaugurated Islamic Research Centre Education and Welfare Trust’s fourth charitable clinic at Shahnoorwadi today.
Dr Yelikar also visited the IRC head office at Rohila Galli. She praised the services IRC is providing to the poor and needy in the field of education, health, employment and social welfare.
IRC guides the people in getting proper medical treatment and clears the misconceptions the people have about GMCH and the facilities given by the government to the masses.
Trust president Adv Faiz Syed felicitated the dean.
Deputy dean GMCH Dr Kailas Zine, medical superintendent Dr Suresh Harbade, Laxmikant Shingote were also present.
IRC helps the poor in establishing small businesses. It also provides medical, social and educational services and free medicines in different city localities and operates a pathological laboratory in Baijipura. Khwaja Aleemuddin made introductory speech.
Dr Nagma Tariq, Arshad Khan, Naheed Siddiqui, Muhammad Zubair, Shaikh Shabbir Ahmed, Mashood Khan and Kabeer Khan were also present.