Deloitte employees clean premises of monuments, hospitals
They organise programmes on heritage conservation and an AIDS awareness campProgramame on road safety awareness for motorists at Punjagutta and Khairatabad junctions
HYDERABAD: It was a day when the neglected structures and Government hospitals in the city got some facelift.
As part of the annual voluntary service branded as Impact Day, employees of Deloitte & Touche India organised programmes on heritage conservation and an AIDS awareness camp. They cleaned the premises of Gandhi Hospital and those of protected monuments like Mushq Mahal and Fortification Baradari at Malkajgiri. The tireless hands which oil the city's wheel of life -- the municipal workers -- too got a pat for their efforts.
Medical camps were organised for film workers and road safety awareness for motorists at Punjagutta and Khairatabad junctions.
"I never knew that Qutub Shahi troops used to take rest at Fortification Baradari. It was in a bad shape with stained walls and garbage dumped all over. We cleaned the premises. These places have great historic value and we request the authorities to maintain the places well," said G. Shyam Kumar, an employee of the company.
In all 100 places were covered with 3,500 volunteers participating.