Mancherial: Brothers are supposed to protect sisters in difficult times. Ramprakash Madupu, a social activist from the city of Mancherial, celebrated the Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi Pournami festival with a difference here on Sunday.
He extended health insurance coverage from Rs 1 lakh for a period of one year and a sapling to four sisters Vasantha, Varalaxmi, Maheshwari and Lavanya. “The insurance coverage will help them diagnose and treat many illnesses including the deadly Covid free of charge in any private hospital,” he explained.
Ramprakash revealed that he bought the insurance policy from a private insurer paying Rs 2,000 per person. He recalled that he donated disinfectant and masks in 2020. I would always like to celebrate this festival in a unique way, he said.
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The owner of the furniture showroom turned social activist Rampraksh founded the Velugu Foundation, a voluntary organization whose goal is to improve women’s literacy, organize medical camps and serve the needy.
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