Indore (Tahir Kamaal Siddiqui) Those who serve the poor, destitute, and elderly are never unhappy in life. A person should always be ready to serve the helpless. The above views were expressed by Municipal Corporation Chairman Dr. Munnalal Yadav at the health camp organized in Nandanagar. A free health camp was organized under the joint aegis of the Madhya Pradesh Thalassemia Welfare Society, Rinku Sharma Thalassemia Charitable Hospital, Apollo Hospital, Retina Seva Trust, and Retina Specialty Hospital. On this occasion, Chandrashekhar Sharma said that helping and serving the poor and needy is the biggest religion and also the message of humanity. Hundreds of patients were examined and given medicines for free in the camp. 52 people were sent to the hospital for cataract operations, and 275 people were given spectacles at subsidized rates.
Madhya Pradesh Thalassemia Welfare Society President Chandrashekhar Sharma and Secretary Vandana Sharma said that this eighth free health camp was organized in the memory of social worker Geetadevi Raghuvanshi. Which was inaugurated by lighting the lamp. On this occasion, Indore Municipal Corporation Chairman Dr. Munnalal Yadav, PHE Executive Engineer Chetan Raghuvanshi, Regional Councilor Mrs. Sunita Santosh Chaukhande, and Hemlata Ajmera participated as special guests. Former Joint Director Dr. Sharad Pandit presided over the program. Sharad Pandit praised the spirit of this organization working for thalassemia victims and said that if we cannot do good to anyone in life, then it is useless to live like this. In the camp, hundreds of patients were examined for free by specialists in thalassemia disease, heart disease, orthopedics, eye disease, gynecology, general medicine, etc. Chandrashekhar Sharma said that poor workers, their children and family members, and needy people benefited from this health camp. The program was conducted by Mukesh Kairo. A large number of dignitaries also attended.