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1,300 children examined at medical camp

punjab Updated: Mar 15, 2015 19:15 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times
Aashiq -E- Khawaza

A homeopathic medical check up camp was organised by Aashiq-E-Khawaza Trust at Sartaj Marriage Palace, Ferozepur Road on Sunday where more than 1,300 children participated.

Children from various districts of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, suffering from autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome and other neurological disorders were examined in the camp. Nearly 50 doctors of homeopathy from Punjab and Delhi and their teams examined the patients.

Dr Didar Singh, homeopathy practitioner from Ferozepur and in-charge of camp said, "Such camps are organised every three months. We got about 225 new patients and the rest were the follow up cases."
"Homeopathy has treatments for the various neurological disorders and it has shown good results too.

We have case files of the patients who had shown significant improvement after the treatment," he added.
Faqure Muhim, founder of the Aashiq-E-Khawaza said that such camps are being organised from past many years and we have received good response from the medical fraternity as well as from the patients' families. Another camp will be organised on July 26 at the same place, he informed.

On this occasion, Dr Ravinder Singh from Jalandhar, Dr Gagandeep Singh from Mullanpur, Dr Joginder Kukreja from Ludhiana, Dr Davinderpreet Singh from Chandigarh, Dr Kamal Malik from Delhi, Rohit Sabharwal, RTI activist from Ludhiana and others were also present.