Ayodhya: So far 1,95,485 eye patients have been operated upon in Sri Deen Bandhu Eye Hospital.
Ayodhya, 23 January (Hindustan). On the 126th birthday of Subhash Chandra Bose, a social service organization dedicated to the prevention of blindness and the service of the disabled and the elderly, Kalyan Karoti, Lucknow, organized a distribution ceremony of aids and appliances for the service of the differently-abled in the Shree Deenbandhu Eye Hospital, located in Ayodhyanagari, on the 126th birthday. Did it.
The ceremony was conducted by Dr. Rajesh Tiwari, joint minister of the organization. On this occasion, the chairman of the ceremony and other guests garlanded the picture of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and M. Ramji Das started the ceremony through invocation. Addressing at the ceremony, Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s media in-charge Sharad Sharma, Ramayani Ramsharan Das, Brahmakund Gurdwara’s Mahant Giani Gurujit Singh Khalsa and Dr. Anand Upadhyay praised the people of the organization for the humanitarian service work being done by Kalyan Karoti Sanstha. .
Presenting the progress report of Kalyan Karoti Sanstha, Dev Narayan Mishra, Manager of Sridin Bandhu Eye Hospital, told that from 1981 to 1922, the organization registered 1,16,480 Divyangs through various camps. Out of which 60237 Divyangs have been served by giving them aids worth Rs 19 crore 69 lakh 39 thousand 207. So far, 4299 Divyangjans have been provided with assistive devices in the camps organized on Netaji’s birthday. Whose price is Rs 1,74,75,869. He informed that so far 1,95,485 eye patients have been operated upon and light has been provided to them in Sri Deenbandhu Eye Hospital. He has claimed to have achieved such a great achievement only by the grace and blessings of Maharaj Nritya Gopaldas ji. Some journalists were also honored by giving mementos in the function. Tricycles, wheelchairs, crutches, walking sticks, blind sticks, computers, laptops, artificial legs and sewing machines were distributed to disabled people.