Today, a Divyang Assistance Camp was organised at The Bharat Vikas Viklang Punarvas Kendra and The Sanjay Anand Viklang (Disabled) Hospital and Research Centre in Patna, Bihar, India, courtesy of Rotary Pataliputra. Micro-surgery and plaster of 11 deformed children conducted. Prosthetic limbs donated to 4 patients and 30 patients examined at the OPD before PMCH. The investigation was carried out under the direction of Principal Dr Ajit Verma.
The virtual inauguration of the camp was conducted by Mr Rajan Gandotra, the head of Rotary 3250. He said that “this life would not be found again”. They announced to serve through its 101 branches. The guests were welcomed by Mr Deshbandhu Gupta, Chairman of the Trust. Vivek Mathurji introduced the Rotary members to the services of the hospital. Hospital life Dr S S Jha said Connected with the campaign and contributed to the development of Bihar. Shri Vinod Chaudhary, President of Rotary Pataliputra, Secretary Mrs Sushma Ritolia, Convenor Mr Naveen Gupta said that “this is a temple of service”. The State President Shri Mohan Chaturvedi started. The program ended with Vande Mataram and the concluding national anthem. On this occasion, Chairman of Rajasthan Bhavip, Mr Kamal Jain was greeted with shawl and tilak.
The Bharat Vikas Viklang Punarvas Kendra and The Sanjay Anand Viklang (Disabled) Hospital and Research Centre is the only facility in India which manufactures prosthetic limbs to German standards and technology, and provides them to the patients “FREE of cost".