Now information about delivery will be available on Mantra App, after registering pregnant, message of vaccine and investigation will be received

Now information about delivery will be available on Mantra App, after registering pregnant, message of vaccine and investigation will be received

 The state government has taken a commendable initiative to reduce maternal infant mortality. Now on the Mantra app, all the information of delivery will be easily available sitting at home. In this, complete information will be available from the conception of the woman to the delivery and vaccination of the newborn from one year. Once a woman registers at the time of conception on the app, she does not need to remember the day and date to get vaccinated. The app will give an alert message to the woman and the ASHA worker of the area for the vaccine and test on the prescribed period.

The main objective of the app is to reduce the maternal infant mortality rate. Till now, arrangements are being made for regular check-up and vaccination of a woman from the time of conception till the child is one year old. From institutional delivery to home delivery, the ASHA worker has to go to the woman's house on the scheduled date and give complete information. Asha used to hand over all its details to her superiors. Now with the launch of the app, all the work will become very easy. The ASHA worker will give complete details from the registration of the pregnant to the vaccination of the child on the app itself. Since the launch of the app, training has also been given to MOIC, BCPM, nurse and staff nurse by the department. Along with this, nodal officer has also been appointed at the district level.

After the woman is registered, its complete information will be available.

Mantra App has been launched by the government to bring down the maternal child rate. Through this, after the pregnant woman is registered, its complete information will be available.

- Dr. BK Yadav, in-charge CMO

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Know how the police reached the thieves in Meerut with the help of CCTV

Know how the police reached the thieves in Meerut with the help of CCTV

 On Tuesday, the police exposed the incident of stealing cash and valuables by breaking the locks of the shop in Kankarkheda. On the basis of CCTV footage, police arrested three accused and recovered stolen goods from their possession. All three were sent to jail by the police in judicial custody.

this is the case

Kankarkheda Inspector Subodh Saxena said that on the night of January 16, Sunil Sharma, resident of Kankarkheda, had lodged a complaint of theft in the shop. The miscreants broke the lock of Sunil Sharma's Vijay automobile shop and stole thousands of cash, battery from the car parked there, spare parts of the car and other valuables. The three miscreants were caught in the CCTV camera installed outside the shop. When the police checked the footage, the miscreants were imprisoned for committing theft. Based on the footage, the police started the miscreants. On Tuesday, the police arrested the thieves RK son Napa, Anees son Zainul and Babu son Lalaram, residents of Jawaharnagar on Rohta Road. On the spot of the three miscreants, the police also recovered the stolen goods.

Vehicle thief arrested with stolen bike

Meerut. Kankarkheda police station has arrested a vehicle thief with a stolen bike. Inspector Subodh Saxena said that Nitin, a resident of New Govindpuri, had filed a case of bike theft a few days ago. Since then the police was on the lookout for the vehicle thief. On Tuesday, the police was checking the vehicle on Sardhana Road. Meanwhile, the police signaled a young man riding a bike to stop. On seeing the police, the youth tried to run away by taking a U-turn. But, the police laid siege and arrested the young man. During interrogation, the bike present with the youth was stolen. The vehicle thief has been identified as Sunny, a resident of Kankarkheda.

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