‘We The Human’ organises free medical camp for gastro, diabetic patients

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By Fast Kashmir on 08/04/2018.

‘We The Human’ organises free medical camp for gastro, diabetic patients

Distributes free medicines among patients


Jammu, Apr 08: In a function, today, organized at Shree Satya Sai Sewa Kender Kheeray-Chak Halqa Marh, a free medical camp for gastro and diabetic patients was organized by We The Human, a registered public trust. Renowned Dr Khalid Mehmood, MD Medicine with DNB Gastroenterology & Hepatology along with other doctors and Laboratory assistants conducted free check up of patients from remote & rural area and free of cost medicines were also distributed among patients.
Earlier releasing March 2018 newsletter of the trust, retired Principal District and Session judge Cooch Bihar West Bengal Kanwar Y S Manhas appreciated initiatives taken up by the trust in alleviating sufferings of poor people, especially in a remote area. Kanwar Y S Manhas, who was also chief guest on the occasion, exhorted farmers to shift back to traditional system of agricultural farming and free the soil of earth from vicious cycle of excessive use of toxic chemical pesticides, insecticides, herbicides and fungicides. He lamented that excessive use of Urea DAP has spoiled the health of soil and excessive sprays of pesticides, insecticides not only spoil the ecological balance of soil of the earth but also have dangerous effects on health of farmers and ultimately the general public who consume those vegetables with impermissible levels of chemical residues.
Mrs. Pooja Gupta Managing Director of Himalayan Bio Organic Foods Private Limited (Nimbark Foods) assured the farmers to provide all sort of assistance to such farmers as shift to Traditional System of Indian Agricultural Farming and also help in getting certified their land organic and procurement of their produce which generally get better prices in the markets, as people, day by day, are becoming health conscious and demand for organic products is increasing in J&K state.
Captain Lalit Sharma (Retired) Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Prof. Anil Bhat from SKUAST asked the agriculture department and food safety organizations to launch a campaign against fruits & vegetables having impermissible levels of toxic & harmful chemical residues. They also lamented about poor condition of river Tawi in Jammu and river Devika in Udhampur. Conservator of Forests Navin Kumar exhorted villagers to at least keep one cow in each household, which not only will provide pure milk to them, but also the cow dung and cow urine which have medicinal values. Cow dung mixed with household wastes can produce best type of organic manure. Likewise, the villagers should install portable bio gas plants in their lands which will not only substitute for cooking gas but also can produce electricity to fulfill their individual household requirements.
We The Human also distributed financial aid to few orphan children and widow ladies of the area on recommendations of Lala Devi Chand Ex Sarpanch and the senior most citizen of Marh Tehsil.
Sh. Shiv Kumar Sharma J&K President of Shree Satya Sai Baba Trust and renowned farmers’ leader of the area Ashwani Sharma also addressed the gathering.
Awards for achievement were given to females viz., Shilpa Mahajan a renowned educationist from Akhnoor, Gul-e-Surkhab (KAS) an international gold medal winner in Judo and other sports events, Shivani Anand a renowned hindi writer & poetess for winning Urvashi Samman for her book “Meray Khayal Kehtay Hain” and Sonakshi Devi National junior Gold Medalist in Judo. (KNS)

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