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Saturday, 15 June 2013

75 physically challenged persons examined at spl camp : Ujjain

At least 75 physically challenged persons, out of 300 persons examined, were selected for operation during a free examination camp jointly organised by Narayan Sewa Sansthan, Udaipur and Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee at Mahakal Pravachan Hall here on Sunday.

It was a free polio examination camp organised in Saint Mayaramji Maharaj’s remembrance. 20 tri- cycles, five wheel chairs, calipers and other accessories were distributed to patients.

Hearing machines were also donated to needy people. Free examination was done by panel of expert doctors including Dr Nilesh Wagh, Fateh Singh Chauhan, Mukesh Tripathi, Suresh Verma, Pankaj Dadhich and Navin Bhatnagar.

They prescribed medicines and called serious patients to come for operation in Udaipur. An attendee with each patient will be allowed and his board and lodging arrangements will be made by the Sansthan. Free food will be provided in the camp.

Darshana Devi Jain, Delhi is playing key role in conducting the camp. On the occasion, Satyabhushan Jain, Vinay Jain and others were also present. Prior to it, district collector BM Sharma formally inaugurated the camp. Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer MP Patel also graced the occasion.


The organisers and health officials got stunned when symptoms of polio were found in seven kids out of the 300 persons examined at the camp. According to sources, Sandhya, 3, Shubham, 3 of Tajpur, Vishal, 4, of Ganesh Colony, Jaisingpura, Babita, 9, of Goylakhurd, Bhupendra, 6, of Kharet, Rachna, 6, of Bhairavgarh and ogesh, 9, of Barana showed some symptoms of polio. Despite repeated efforts, Satyaprakash Jain of the Sansthan was not available for comment. On the other hand, Civil Surgeon Dr NK Trivedi told Free Press that they were informed about the hosting of such a camp. He also clarified that there was no chance of any kid being suffering from polio, though they may have been suffering from genetic deformity.

Source : Free Press Journal , 10th June 2013

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