PM Narendra Modi appreciated the efforts of Six Sigma in Kedarnath

PM Narendra Modi appreciated the efforts of Six Sigma in Kedarnath
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Kedarnath Dham in Uttarakhand after the polling ended. During Modi's visit to Kedarnath, PM Modi saw a different color, where his clothes attracted everyone.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Kedarnath Dham in Uttarakhand after the polling ended. During Modi's visit to Kedarnath, PM Modi saw a different color, where his clothes attracted everyone. Kedarnath, located at a height of 11, 755 feet in the high Garhwal Himalayan area, Modi appeared in a gray color chega, hilly hat and waist coat in a Kesariya Ghamchay. He fixed the pedestrian path from Halipad to Kedarnath Temple by hiking it in a hill style. Prime Minister Modi also reviewed ongoing reconstruction work in Kedarnath.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his two day visit to Kedarnath Dham met the doctors of Six Sigma High Altitude Medical Service and understood what Six Sigma does in India. PM Modi appreciated the undying efforts of the Doctors and Paramedics. PM assured Six Sigma CEO "Dr Pradeep Bhardwaj" to start the big institutions under Mountain Medicines and High Altitude Rescue in India for Six Sigma. PM Narendra Modi also appreciated the role of first female doctor of Mountain Medicines Dr Anita Bhardwaj, Medical Director, Six Sigma Healthcare.

Dr. Pradeep Bharadwaj, Director of Six Sigma Healthcare, said that, "This is the most memorable moment for Six Sigma Healthcare team. We have explained honorable PM Narendra Modi about our work in Keddarnath, and the services which we are giving to our devotees. We are glad that, MP Modi took out time to meet with the doctors of Six Sigma and appreciates their efforts. Here at Kedarnath, we (Six Sigma) provides Free High Altitude Medical services in the most difficult terrains of great Himalya since 2013".



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