Industrialist and chairman emeritus of Tata Sons Ratan Tata on Thursday said that he is dedicating his last years to health as he joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi in laying the foundation stone of several new cancer hospitals in Assam.
Speaking at the event, the octogenarian said, “I dedicate my last years to health,” while urging the governments to make Assam “a state that recognised and was recognised by all”.
Further, stating that cancer is not a “rich man’s disease”, Tata added, “Today is an important day in the history of Assam. Higher level healthcare facility for cancer treatment which was earlier not available in the state is being brought here.”
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