Commitment of NRIs from Rajasthan in serving needy is noteworthy: CM Gehlot

Jaipur (Rajasthan) May 25 (ANI): In a dialogue with the Non-Resident Indians from Rajasthan virtually on the issue ‘telemedicine and health services in the state’ organized by the Rajasthan Foundation, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot lauded the effort of specialist doctors of Rajasthani origin working in various medical institutions of the country and abroad, who are providing medical counseling through telemedicine to the people of Rajasthan. Doctors of Rajasthan International organization (DORI) have launched 'Call Dori' feature on the digital platform app 'WonderX' to provide free medical advice to the residents of Rajasthan. During the dialogue, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that whenever disaster or calamity occurred, non-resident Rajasthanis have come forward to help with generosity. Due to their service, Rajasthan is respected all over the world. The CM Gehlot said that their cooperation with the efforts of the State Government in the difficult time of the COVID has instilled hope and confidence. Rajasthan CM said that this is a battle, which can be won only bu uniting people from all classes, castes, religions, and ideologies.

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