Suzuki Motorcycle India has delivered their scooter to the New Delhi Tuberculosis Centre. 76 units of the Suzuki Access 125 scooter have been delivered. All these scooters will be used to keep a close surveillance on the Tuberculosis disease.
Health Minister of NCT, Satyendar Jain, will be handing off the keys of Suzuki Access 125. He will be personally giving the keys to chosen riders. All 76 riders will work in selected areas for the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program in Delhi.
Under the Revised National Tuberculosis Centre all scooters will be used to monitor the disease in the Nation's capital. This initiative is undertaken by the Indian Government in an attempt to prevent, control, and eventually, eradicate Tuberculosis.
Powering the Suzuki Access 125 scooter is a 124cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. This engine will produce 8.58bhp, along with 10.2Nm of peak torque output. Suzuki provides customers with the option between drum and disc brake for the front tyre.