‘Moksha vehicle to drop poor patients at homes’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Apr 2018 12:29:09


 

Staff Reporter,

Moksha Manav Sewa evam Janutthan Samiti since last 20 years is involved in fulfilling its services for humanity. Marking the completion of 20 years of foundation of Moksha Manav Sewa evam Janutthan Samiti, an internal meeting of Samiti members was organised on Friday. Marking the occasion, Moksha is going to ply Moksha vehicle to carry destitute, disabled and poor patients admitted in different hospitals to their homes. As 108 Ambulance service fulfills its duty to carry patients from their home to hospital, but at the time of discharge,poor and destitute patients become helpless as there is no such facility at government or private-level which drop them home, informed Ashish Thakur, Founder of Moksha Manav Sewa evam Janutthan Samiti.

Thakur was addressing a press conference called on Friday called on the occasion of Foundation Day of Moksha.Moksha founder, Thakur appealed for support at the public and administration-level to serve suffering humanity in much better way. Thakur expressed his desire to sweep away the word 'destitute' from the entire Mahakoushal region. He appealed common public to carry deceased and aged persons who are somehow managed to survive to Moksha and render their contribution for the sake of humanity.

It may be mentioned that Moksha initiated its journey of serving suffering humanity by performing last rights of unknown bodies. Later, Moksha got involved in arrangement of Rain-Basera for lodging and food arrangement for destitute, aged and disabled persons, making arrangements for treatment and medicines of destitute patients approaching Medical and Victoria Hospitals, rehabilitation of destitutes, beggars and persons parted from their families, education for destitute and poor children through Moksha Shiksha Pravaah and other activities.