Canara Bank to install 50 artificial limbs
Udaipur, 13 February.
Canara Bank's Circle Head, Jaipur Purushottam Chand on Saturday inaugurated a camp for free artificial limb distribution under the accident of Corporate Social Responsibility for the accidentally handicapped people at the Polio Hospitals premises at Leo Ka Guda of Narayan Seva Sansthan. He appreciated the institute's free diversified service projects for the differently-abled and destitute people, and the bank's CSR in applying artificial limbs to those who lost their hands and feet in accidents and road accidents. Announced economic cooperation under the project. In the first phase, a check of Rs 5 lakh was presented to 50 Divyang for applying modular prostheses.
Earlier, welcoming the circle chief, Director in charge of the institute, Palak Aggarwal, mentioned the services rendered in the 35 years since the establishment of the institute. He said that those who lost their hands and feet in road accidents often feel frustrated and consider life a burden. Every year the institute is trying its best to bring happiness to their lives by putting artificial limbs on hundreds of such brothers and sisters.
Speaking on the occasion, President of Narayana Seva Sansthan Prashant Aggarwal said that private companies should take into consideration the disabilities in the programs of corporate social responsibility so that together, the disabled can also come into the mainstream of the society.
Mookabdhir, Pragyachakshu and the deprived children of the institute's Balgruh presented bouquets and material of their handicrafts to the circle chief and guests. Dr. Manas Ranjan Sahu, P&O of the institute apprised the bank officials about the process of manufacturing calipers and prostheses. During this time, some Divyang were also provided with artificial limbs.