Bangalore, March 17, 2023. Narayan Seva Sansthan, a charitable foundation founded by Padmashri Shree Kailash Agarwal “Manav” in 1985. The organization is currently led by its president, Prashant Agarwal. The organization has organized the biggest free Narayan Limb Camp in the country on March 19 at BVSS Maratha Hostel, located on Bull Temple Road in Basavanagudi, according to Rajat Gour, the spokesperson of Narayan Seva Sansthan.
Addressing a press conference Mr. Gaur said that the organisation has been serving the specially-abled and underprivileged people for almost four decades and as many as 593 Narayan Limbs and Callipers will be fixed in a single day, which is a record of sorts, he said.
So far, as many as 4.33 lahks specially-abled people have been benefitted from the organisation and are leading a near comfortable life. These corrective surgeries have also been performed for specially-abled people so far aiming to build a more inclusive society that recognizes abilities and caters to the needs of people with special needs. The distribution camp would also improve the quality of life for thousands of people in South India who have difficulty accessing such amenities.
The Governor of Karnataka, Shri Thavarchand Gahlot will be the chief guest. Health Minister of Karnataka, Dr. K. Sudhakar, Member of Parliament PC Mohan, Tejasvi Surya (MP), Uday Garudachar (MLA), and many other distinguished guests will attend the mega event.
The Sansthan has so far distributed 32,033 Narayan Limbs apart from free food, clothes, and grocery kits to thousands of needy people. Along with this, 4.33 lakh corrective surgeries have also been performed on specially-abled people so far.
All free-of-cost services offered by Narayan Seva Sansthan serve a large number of differently-abled individuals from various states in India as well as overseas.