Free operations to disabled in Raipur: Nine-day camp from January 3

Members of organising committee inviting CM on the occasion.

Free operations will be conducted for various disabled persons at a camp to be held in Raipur. The members of International Vaishya Mahasammelan Chhattisgarh Pradesh and Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur (Rajasthan) met Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and invited him to be the chief guest and inaugurate the camp on January 5. Dr. Raman Singh said that the district administration and Health Department will provide support to the camp. He wished the camp a great success as it is being done to alleviate the sufferings of the suffering masses.
Mahasammelan president Mr. Seetaram Agrawal informed Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh that the free camp for handicapped persons will be conducted at Agrasen Dhampremises, Chokranala. The patients will be examined at 8:30 am on January 3, Saturday. After the examination of patients the operations will be conducted on January 4 to January 7. Bhajan Sandhya will be conducted by Ms Alka Goyal on January 4 and by Mr. Dheeraj Bhawra on January 5. Cultural programmes will be held on January 6 by Bansuri Sansthan of Vrindaban Dham and on January 7 Krishnaleela Bansuri Sansthan of Mathura Dham. Former MP and International Vaishya Mahasammelan national president Mr. Ramdas Agrawal will preside over the inaugural function. The disabled persons can contact Mr. Seetaram Agrawal on mobile :093291-01949 and 099811-21000.

Source: 
www.dprcg.gov.in

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