Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday said that that on the 10th day of every month, there will be a special screening camp to identify children who need medical assistance under the 'Snehasparsh' scheme of the state Government. Snehasparsh, an unique health initiative for children up to 12 years who require special care with full medical support and need Bone Marrow Transplant, Kidney, and Liver transplant. In the scheme, the state government gives 100 percent financial support to children during treatment. Taking to Twitter, Sarma said, \u201cFelt humbled to recall that during my tenure as health minister, we could complete 7689 CHD surgeries, 5 liver transplants and 50 bone marrow transplants free of cost for children below 12 years.\u201d 1\/2 How nice it feels to have been blessed with the opportunity to serve people. Feel humbled to recall that during my tenure as Health Minister we could complete 7689 CHD surgeries, 5 liver transplants and 50 bone marrow transplants free of cost for children below 12 years. pic.twitter.com\/G3txfv3Qyf \u2014 Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) October 10, 2020 \u00a0He expressed that these schemes have made medical treatment affordable to the people of the state. The government has borne the lion's share of the medical expenses in schemes like these, informed Sarma.