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Keshav Chopra organises free eye check-up camp at Gaushala
6/14/2024 9:33:50 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 14: Samvedna Society Chairman Keshav Chopra Organizes 84th Free Eye Screening/Check Up at Gaushala Amphalla Jammu. The Camp was inaugurated by General manager DIC Jammu Virender Kumar Manyal (JKAS) along with SHO Pacca Danga Police Station Inspector Rakesh Singh Jamwal, The Camp was Organised in collaboration with Sood Eye Centre ( A unit of Agarwal Hospitals), The camp saw great attendance from the people of the area a total of 108 Patients were provided free of Cost Treatment including Refraction, NCT, AR Check Up, Vision Check Up by a team of experts.
Speaking on the Occasion Virender Manyal mentioned the importance of regular check-up camps and said how this noble initiative is contributing to the betterment of mankind. He also Lauded the efforts of the Samvedna team for organizing Free Eye Check Up Camp for the common masses.
Speaking on the Occasion Keshav Chopra said that this camp was planned exclusively to benefit the society and to foster a culture that is devoted to the serving of common man. Cataract Removal surgeries will also be done free of cost on Ayushman Bharat Golden Card and we will continue to organize such camps in future also so that maximum people can take advantage of it keshav further added.
Gaushala Team expressed Gratitude towards Chairman Samvedna Society Keshav Chopra for organizing the camp at their place.
Dr Amit Singh M.S Eye Surgeon, Rakesh Bali (Marketing Manager), Ashish Sharma, Hiteshwar, Rajesh Sharma, Brijesh, Surinder Slathia, Ramesh Kumar, Pandit Vakalat Ram, Sushil Gupta,Sourav Gupta, Manoj Tandon, Vikas Kumar, Ritesh Peer and others were also present during the camp.
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