Bengaluru: Rajasthan-based Narayan Seva Sansthan, which is doing the noble service of providing modular organs to the physically challenged for the last 39 years, has once again decided to hold an yet another camp in the Silicon city on Sunday.
This was announced by Vinod Jain, Khubi Lal Meneria, Kaushal Paliwal and Hemanth Meghawal, of Narayana Seva Sansthan at a press conference here.
The Sunday camp will be held in Maratha Hostel Grounds.
“In the Sunday camp, more than 250 physically challenged people will benefit where artificial limbs will be distributed. Experts and experienced doctors will take part in this noble exercise,” Vinod Jain said.
According to him, October 1 happens to be the International Senior Citizens Day and hence senior citizens who will come to the camp will be felicitated.
Jain recalled that as many as 400 physically challenged people had taken part in the July 16 camp. “At that time we had obtained the measurement of more than 270 physically challenged persons. In October 1 camp, we will give training to walk using plastic organs,” he said.
These modular artificial limbs have German technology and hence its weight is less and quality-wise superior. “Till now, Narayana Seva Sansthan has provided artificial limbs to more than 40,000 physically challenged people free of cost,” Jain said.
In Karnataka, more than 1000 people benefited by the service rendered by Narayana Seva Sansthan. “We have been providing free food and snacks to the beneficiaries and their attendants in the camps,” he said.
Explaining the awards that have come to his organization, Jain said Kailash Manav is the recipient of Padma Shri award while Prashanth Agarwal has been decorated with “friend of physically-challenged” award.
“We have also been organising sports and games, offering tailoring training, and also holding mass marriages on behalf of Narayan Seva Sansthan,” he explained.