Maharashtra's BMC has issued a notice to Bollywood superstar Salman Khan' NGO Being Human for not providing dialysis units at discounted rates in Bandra. The BMC has issued a 'reasonable notice' to the NGO, besides this BMC even has warned the NGO to get blacklisted soon.

Actually, in 2016, BMC started a new project in which they have to plant 12 dialysis units and 199 dialysis machines so they can work for more than 10 thousand people in public-private agreement. In this proposal, BMC was supposed to provide the locations to the NGOs and will also handle the management of the staff. Salman Khan's NGO Being Human was also supposed to start 24 machines in Karter Road society in Bandra.


Municipal Commissioner of Health Department Idez Kundan told Mumbai Mirror a notice has been issued to Salman Khan's NGO. This is to notice that all the formalities were provided to the NGO and even the bank guarantees were also provided. Kundal said, - as of now the project has not been started yet so we have sent a notice to them and warned to blacklist the NGO.

On the other hand, Being Human representer Laurent Luis said, "Being Human foundation needs some requirements and they were supposed to include in the agreement. With this, no MoU has signed in the contract."

On the professional front, these days Salman Khan is busy in the shooting of his new film Race 3 and the film is slated to release on Eid 2018.
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