One-Rupee Clinic helps 18-year-old deliver her baby at Panvel station

One-Rupee Clinic's heroics are not unknown and this adds to the list with it being the 11th instance when "One-Rupee Clinic" proved to be a blessing for women travelling in the city's local trains

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In another achievement for the One-Rupee Clinic, an 18-year-old woman gave birth at Mumbai's crowded Panvel station on Thursday morning with the help of the clinic's doctors. The lady was travelling from Nerul to Panvel when she experienced labour pain. After which, doctors and staff members of Railway's famous One-Rupee Clinic immediately rushed to her rescue, thus helping her deliver a child.

Manisha Kale, the mother, and the baby are reportedly healthy and currently shifted to a nearby hospital. One-Rupee Clinic's heroics are not unknown and this adds to the list with it being the 11th instance when "One-Rupee Clinic" proved to be a blessing for women travelling in the city's local trains.

Our Panvel centre night in-charge Dr Vishal Vani got a call from the station manager, and Manisha Kale gave birth to a baby girl with the help of the doctor and railway staff," Dr Rahul Ghule CEO of One-Rupee Clinic was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.

Earlier last month, a 29-year-old had delivered a baby at Thane's One-Rupee Clinic. Along with this, in April too, a child delivery took place at the same station.

The One Rupee Clinics were opened at railway stations with an aim to provide medical treatment to the general public and accident victims at stations at a minimal cost of ₹1. The initial clinics were opened at Dadar, Ghatkopar, Mulund, Kurla and Wadala in 2017.

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