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JAMMU: Ashok Kapur Foundation on Thursday organised a free medical camp for the unprivileged children of Nagbani area where specialist doctors from Narayana Hospital Kakriyal- Katra and Delhi Public School (DPS) Jammu volunteered themselves for attending the camp.
The camp was organised to remember and pay tributes to Ashok Kapur in whose memory the Ashok Kapur Foundation has been established.
The founder of the trust is Ritu Singh Pro-Vice Chairperson who is also the daughter of late Ashok Kapur.
The teams of specialists doctors examined all the unprivileged children under different disciplines like vision checkup, ENT checkup, dental checkup and general checkup by the physician. The parents/children were also educated about the ways and benefits of cleanliness around their homes and localities. They also brought awareness about the transmission and protection from different diseases, health and hygiene among the children and their parents. The first aid boxes containing medicines were also distributed to them free of cost.
Ajatshatru Singh, President RCT spoke about Ashok Kapur and stated that he was always helpful to poor and down trodden people in cash or kind.
The vote of thanks was presented by Ranvijay Singh who appreciated and thanked the doctors for their valuable services. He also thanked to the staff members who contributed a lot for the organising camp successfully. Adishree also graced the occasion. Earlier, R. K. Verma presented welcome address on behalf of Ashok Kapur Foundation and threw light on the objectives of this camp. He also stated that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body and a healthy body is the key to happy life.
While addressing the gathering, Rohini Kapur, wife of Ashok Kapur and Dr. Ajay Kapur son of Ashok Kapur stated that Ashok Kapur was a man of principles who used to always help the poor and needy people. The camp was successfully organised under the guidance of S. S Sodhi, Director and his team including R.K Verma, C.L Malhotra, Karandeep Singh, Rohit Kumar Sharma, Arti Gupta, Sangeet and Harshita Singh.
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