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NGO provides tricycles, wheel chairs to physically challenged

punjab Updated: Feb 12, 2014 21:17 IST
HT Correspondent
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A city-based non-government organisation (NGO) Bhagwan Mahavir Sewa Sansthan organised a camp for physically challenged at Ann Jal Seva Trust office in Lord Mahavir Civil Hospital on Wednesday.


Additional commissioner of police (ADCP)-1, Nilambari Jagdale, and municipal corporation additional commissioner Isha Kalia, were chief guests on the occasion.

Rakesh Jain, president of the Sansthan, said total eight persons were provided tricycles, wheel chairs and hearing aids. He said that since 2005, the organidation had provided services to 1,350 people as a part of their campaign to help physically-challenged people.

Nilambari Jagdale and Isha Kalia gave tricycles and wheel chairs to these people and they appreciated the work done by the organisation.

Ann Jal Sewa Sansthan, president, Shiv Ram Saroye said that the trust was providing free food to the patients at hospital and at night shelters established by the municipal corporation.

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