May 29, 2024

Handicapped people made self-reliant by Heramba Industries.* Boksh * Organized a distribution camp for free artificial arms, legs, wheel chairs, underarm chairs for disabled people at VIA Auditorium*

On the second day of this three-day camp, organized in association with India's renowned Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust, a large number of disabled people turned up to replace their old calipers or Jaipur feet with new ones*
In Vapi GIDC and Sarigam GIDC in Valsad district, Heramba Industries, a leading chemical industry, has organized a free distribution camp for the disabled at VIA Auditorium, Vapi, under their CSR Fund. In addition to Valsad district, a large number of disabled people came from Navsari, Surat, Dang, Selwas in the camp on the second day.
Those who said that they did not get the benefit of such a camp during the Corona period, so they endured many disasters even though their old equipment was damaged. Now with these new tools, the company and the organization have brought them back to normal flow. S. Chairman of the company owning Heramba Industries in Vapi GIDC and Sarigam GIDC. K. Shetty and MD R. K. A three-day camp has been organized under CSR Fund at VIA Auditorium, Vapi under the guidance of Shetty.
The camp aims to provide free prostheses and equipment to persons who have lost limbs in accidents or have disabilities such as polio.

On the second day of this three-day camp, organized in association with India's renowned Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust, a large number of disabled people turned up to replace their old calipers or Jaipur feet with new ones. Some came to benefit from using these tools for the first time. Those who praised the company's exemplary work.
Lakhan Raddia and his wife Neeta Raddia who came from Navsari in the camp expressed their happiness and said that other disabled people like them have come to this camp. The company has arranged vehicles to bring and carry them. Also here in the camp, all the equipment is being provided free of charge. The polio-afflicted couple thanked Heramba Industries and Ratanidhi Trust and said that the calipers they used to get earlier were not as useful in terms of technology as the calipers of today's technology are being used.Due to this good work of the organization, many disabled people like him are walking on their feet again in today's current. A divyang named Piyush Desai came with his wife from Selwas, where equipment like Jaipur foot, calipers, wheel chair, armpit horse prepared with today's latest technology is provided free of charge. Sumanbhai Patel, who lost his leg in the accident, had come all the way from Unai. A young man with polio named Mahesh Babria came from Surat.So, an old man who had lost his leg due to being run over by a bullock cart came from Navsari. Along with whom many other disabled people were also present in the camp. 

All of them thanked Heramba Industries and Ratnanidi Charitable Trust with Harakhna Asu saying that they used to face a lot of trouble while up-and-down on the railways as well as in daily work due to the old and dilapidated calipers, Jaipur Foot. Some wives also had polio and it was difficult for them to do housework.Some of the children also had polio, had lost their limbs in an accident and were facing problems in studies and extracurricular activities. All these were seen with joy on their faces as they received all the equipment including new calipers, new Jaipur feet, wheel chairs, armpit ghodis and artificial hands for persons who lost their hands in accidents. .
In Vapi GIDC and Sarigam GIDC in Valsad district, Heramba Industries, a leading chemical industry, has organized a free distribution camp for the disabled at VIA Auditorium, Vapi, under their CSR Fund. In addition to Valsad district, a large number of disabled people came from Navsari, Surat, Dang, Selwas in the camp on the second day.
Those who said that they did not get the benefit of such a camp during the Corona period, so they endured many disasters even though their old equipment was damaged. Now with these new tools, the company and the organization have brought them back to normal flow.

S. Chairman of the company owning Heramba Industries in Vapi GIDC and Sarigam GIDC. K. Shetty and MD R. K. A three-day camp has been organized under CSR Fund at VIA Auditorium, Vapi under the guidance of Shetty. The camp aims to provide free prostheses and equipment to persons who have lost limbs in accidents or have disabilities such as polio.

On the second day of this three-day camp, organized in association with India's renowned Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust, a large number of disabled people turned up to replace their old calipers or Jaipur feet with new ones. Some came to benefit from using these tools for the first time. Those who praised the company's exemplary work.

Lakhan Raddia and his wife Neeta Raddia who came from Navsari in the camp expressed their happiness and said that other disabled people like them have come to this camp. The company has arranged vehicles to bring and carry them. Also here in the camp, all the equipment is being provided free of charge. The polio-afflicted couple thanked Heramba Industries and Ratanidhi Trust and said that the calipers they used to get earlier were not as useful in terms of technology as the calipers of today's technology are being used.Due to this good work of the organization, many disabled people like him are walking on their feet again in today's current. A divyang named Piyush Desai came with his wife from Selwas, where equipment like Jaipur foot, calipers, wheel chair, armpit horse prepared with today's latest technology is provided free of cost. Sumanbhai Patel, who lost his leg in the accident, had come all the way from Unai. A young man with polio named Mahesh Babria came from Surat.tSo, an old man who had lost his leg due to being run over by a bullock cart came from Navsari. Along with whom many other disabled people were also present in the camp.
All of them thanked Heramba Industries and Ratnanidi Charitable Trust with Harakhna Asu saying that they used to face a lot of trouble while up-and-down on the railways as well as in daily work due to the old and dilapidated calipers, Jaipur Foot. Some wives also had polio and it was difficult for them to do housework. Some of the children also had polio, had lost their limbs in an accident and were facing problems in studies and extracurricular activities.All these were seen with joy on their faces as they received all the equipment including new calipers, new Jaipur feet, wheel chairs, armpit ghodis and artificial hands for persons who lost their hands in accidents.

Rajni Giri Goswami

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