Free Medical Camp Held In Lucknow, 260 Patients Benefitted

LUCKNOW || A free medical camp was organised in front of Dr Ram Manohar Lohia University, Aashiana Lucknow recently by the officers and employees of Northern Railway, Lucknow Division and a camp to connect every section of the society with the Prime Minister’s schemes.

About 260 patients were examined by skilled doctors of KGMU, Lohia and PGI and proper counselling and free medicines were distributed.

Along with this, the Jan Dhan account of about 75 eligible beneficiaries was opened by the Central Bank of India and linked to Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Yojana and Suraksha Bima Yojana. The opening of an account at the venue was started by Mayor Lucknow Samyukta Bhatia in the presence of Additional General Manager Central Bank of India Shri LC Meena.

The program started by garlanding Hanuman Chalisa and his photographs. Addressing the beneficiaries present in the camp, Mayor Sanyukta Bhatia said that it was Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s vision that development is incomplete until the last person in the society is placed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to bring the person standing on that last step.

Bhatia said that 135 public welfare schemes are being run by the central government, but the public is deprived of the benefits of the schemes operated due to lack of information.

On the other hand, Divya Giri, the Mahant of MankameshwarTemple appreciated this effort made by the Railways. Divya Giri said that such camps should be organised in different areas from time to time to provide benefits to the eligible beneficiaries.

The public should be made aware by publicising the widespread public welfare schemes. So that no person is deprived of benefits due to lack of awareness. He said that the organisers deserve congratulations for making the schemes available to the beneficiaries.

Rohit Ahuja from Brahmakumari addressed the masses present in daily life how to be balanced and prosperous despite being financially backward.

The program was conducted by Traffic Inspector Tribhuwan Joshi of Northern Railway. After the conclusion of the camp, a bhandara was organised in which all the beneficiaries present and other people received the prasad.

Clothes and utensils were distributed to the beneficiaries: In the camp, clothes and utensils were distributed to the beneficiaries by Lions Club Lucknow Greater. Chairman Rajwant Singh Bagga said that the main objective of the club is to work for the service of humanity.

Under this, the club provides the girls from time to time in the marriage of girls, school fees for children, ration for the needy, etc. Apart from this, other works of Puneet are also organised from time to time by the club.

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