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Meghnagar Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur and Rotary Club Apna organized a free camp.


Mar 30, 2024
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Bureau Chief Rahim Sherani Hindustani | Jhabua | On Friday, 57 disabled people were fitted with artificial hands and legs by Narayan Seva Sansthan, Udaipur in Meghnagar. In a camp organized in collaboration with Rotary Club Apna Meghnagar at Mahavir Bhawan in the city, the lives of pre-registered disabled people were made successful by fitting them with artificial devices. Journalist Rajendra Singh Songara, social worker Mangilal Khemsara, Assistant Governor of the Club Ravi Mehta, Dr. Jitu Maurya, Rotary Club its President Mrs. Chandanbala Sharma, Secretary Maya Sharma garlanded the picture of Mother Saraswati and lit the lamp program carried out.

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Call to order row in the camp Govind Singh Chauhan and Chaturveda Mantra were recited by Mangilal Nayak. Giving information about the activities of the institute, representative of Narayan Seva Sansthan, Hariprasad Nadda said that the institute is working to serve the disabled people in every village and town of the country. The institute is also doing service work in foreign countries by expanding its service projects. Shri Nadda said that with the help of donors of the society and Bhamashahs this noble work of bringing change in the lives of the disabled has been going on continuously for years and will continue in the future also. Rotary Club Apna President Chandanbala Sharma, while sharing information about the services of the club, expressed her intention to do more good work for the society.

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Ravi Mehta said that all the clubs of the division including the district are affected by the activities of Meghnagar Club. The projects of Meghnagar are appreciated not only in the district but in the entire 3040 division. Rajendra Singh Songara thanked both the voluntary organizations for organizing the camp for the disabled. During this, many disabled people shared their experiences and said that when they came here, they were sad because they could not walk, but when they are leaving, they are leaving happily, because with the help of artificial leg, they are able to walk. Guy. Impressed by the service work, a disabled person who came from Ujjain in the camp.

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Announced to donate Rs 11 thousand to Narayan Seva Sansthan. Shri Nadda, representative of Narayan Seva Sansthan, along with the guests, honored the volunteers who helped in the camp and honored the Rotary Club President by presenting memento to the Mewari Safa and the Secretary. Along with distribution of artificial organs, Dr. Jeetu of Homeopathy, Dahod, provided free treatment and proper consultation to the people present at the camp site. On this occasion, many distinguished citizens of the club including Pankaj Rocka, Vinod Bafna, Premlata Bhatt, Kusum Solanki, Jayant Singhal, Mahendra Solanki, Kantilal Neema, Kayum Khan, Neeraj Srivastava were present.

Successful operation of the program. Bharat Mistry did it and the vote of thanks was accepted by Dr. Kishore Padwal.

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