Dharmarth Trust organizes free medical camp – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism
JAMMU, Sept 23: To commemorate the 127th birthday celebrations of Maharaja Hari Singh, J&K Dharmarth Trust in association with Lajwanti Bhagatnath Radiations of Hope (a Trust) organized a medical camp at Ranbireshwar Temple.
The camp was inaugurated by Ajatshatru Singh and Ritu Singh amongst recitation of Mantras by Pandits. In his address, Ajatshatru Singh said that the best way of service on this day is by organizing medical camp.
Vikramaditya Singh and Jyotsna Singh also visited the medical camp. They invited the organizers to organize such health camps in association with J&K Dharmarth Trust in far flung areas of J&K. President Dharmarth Trust Senior Advocate Ajay Gandotra was also present on the occasion.
The camp was supported by Centre for Eye Sight and Maharishi Dayanand Hospital Jammu. Health awareness literature was distributed among the patients that attended the camp. The technical help for the camp was given from GMC Kathua.
A large number of patients got benefits of physician consultation, eye check up, cancer screening and distribution of free medicines in the camp.
Other dignitaries present were Prof K B Abrol (Chairman Trustee LBNROH), Shashi Khajuria Secretary LBNROH, Sandeep Mengi (Director, Centre for Eyesight and Maharishi Dayanand Hospital), Dr YP Gupta (senior physician), Dr S K Bali, Dr Rahul Sharma (GMC Jammu), Dr Deepak Abrol (GMC Kathua), Dr Malvika Sharma (Eye Specialist), Prince Khajuria, Yaser Chauhan, Mazar Khan, Shubham, Asha, Ajay Sharma and Manpreet.