164th Polio and Corrective Surgery Camp & Free Prosthetic Limb Distribution

Sunday, 24 March, 2024

Today, on the 17th of March 2024, we are filled with immense pride as we commemorate the 164th Polio and Corrective Surgery Camp, an event that brings hope and transformation to the lives of those in need. Alongside this camp, we are also hosting a distribution ceremony for FREE prosthetic limbs. This momentous occasion is being held by The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang (Disabled) Hospital & Research Centre; an institution dedicated to providing comprehensive healthcare to the disabled community.

We are honoured to have Shri Nand Kishore Yadav, the newly elected Assembly President, as our esteemed Inaugurator and Honouree for this event. Joining us as Chief Guests are Shri K.N. Govindacharya, a Chief Patron who has tirelessly championed the cause of the afflicted humanity, and Dr S.S. Jha, a compassionate individual who has dedicated his life to serving those in need. We are also privileged to have Shri Surendra Singh Visht, the National Executive Coordinator of the National Self-Respect Movement, gracing us with his presence.

The success of this event would not have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors. In memory of the late Shrimati Kiran Devi, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to Shri Nitin Kumar, Aditya raj, and the entire family for their sponsorship. We also express our deep appreciation to Shri Moksh Seth and the entire Nand Prabha family for their sponsorship in memory of Shri Chandrakant Nandalal Seth. The selfless contribution by the social worker women of Radharani Women’s Group, in their relentless service to afflicted humanity, deserves special recognition. Lastly, we extend our sincere thanks to Shri K.P.S. Kesari and the entire family for their sponsorship, furthering the cause of helping those in need.

Thanks to the collective efforts of the sponsors, we have been able to provide surgical treatment to 20 patients with disabilities, distribute 14 prosthetic limbs, and offer plaster for deformed limbs. Additionally, we have provided OPD treatment to 14 children and ensured that all admitted patients and their attendants receive three daily meals. The impact of this support on the lives of these individuals cannot be overstated, and it is because of the kindness and compassion of people like you that we are able to effect lasting change.

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