Khargone (Madhya Pradesh): Setting up an example before society, Chauhan family here in Kotha village of Khargone district donated eyes of their centenarian mother who died recently.
According to information, Banshi Bai, who had completed 100 years of her life died recently, informed Sweta Chowdhary of Khushhali Seva Sansthan said that her organisation had received information from Dr Shalini Ratoria.
After this, the institute coordinated and discussed with the eye department of the district hospital and cooperated in the donation.
District Hospital's eye assistant Uday Singh Rathore contacted the family members. After taking all the details of the deceased, the corneas were removed and sent to the Eye Bank. The members of the organization gave a citation to his son Kailash Chauhan by expressing gratitude for this philanthropic decision towards humanity.
The organisation distributed food to 65 patients and their attendants in the trauma centre ward and maternity ward of the district hospital on Wednesday itself. The food was distributed in a completely eco-friendly manner using banana leaves and paper bags.
Vice-president Ramakanti Patel, co-secretary Anshul Bhalse, social media in-charge Ankita Jain, Bhavna Soni, Monika Soni, Preeti Chawla, Shubham Savle, Mahendra Tankare members were present in this programme.
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