Special check-up camp organized for the differently-abled

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Special check-up camp organized for the differently-abled
Special check-up camp organized for the differently-abled
Special check-up camp organized for the differently-abled

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In collaboration with Rotary Club and Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur, a special free check-up camp was organized on Sunday in the local garden for the help of differently-abled people under the chief hospitality of Principal Secretary Vidhan Sabha Mr. Awadhesh Pratap Singh. In which hundreds of disabled people of the area got the investigation done. Equipment will be provided to them in the coming time after examining and measuring their organs.

In the camp such disabled people who have lost their limbs in an accident or have become limbless.
Special check-up camp organized for the differently-abled
Special check-up camp organized for the differently-abled

were present in large numbers. For them, free examination, operation selection and artificial limb measurements were taken by expert doctors on behalf of Rotary Club and Innerwheel.

In the camp, many doctors and special medical team of Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur were being examined by the cooperative team. Local doctors also assisted in the camp. Arranged food for the patients coming from outside by the Rotary Club.

Kanchhedilal, who came to the camp, told that he had amputated one arm and one leg in the train accident. It’s been almost four years. When they got information about the camp, they joined enthusi astically and the team of Jaipur told them that their measuring instruments would be provided in about a month. Similarly, measurements of many other handicapped persons have been taken. Those who have been asked to be given the equipment soon.

Before the investigation in the camp, the registration of the handicapped was done.

After examining the patients, artificial hands and feet will be provided to the needy people. Simultaneously, the registration of operations to remove the disability was done for the free hospital of Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur. He was told the location for the operation. On this occasion Ashish Aggarwal, Secretary Vipin, Aman Faujdar, Sheel Soni, Sameer Harne, Pradeep Gillaye Rajiv Jain of Rotary Club assisted on this occasion.

Ashish Aggarwal of the club said that for the last 20 years, service work is being done continuously for free treatment for the differently-abled people in Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur.

So far, about 2 lakh people have been fitted with free artificial limbs by this institute.

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