ISA signs MoU with MSS, Mahal to open Sujok therapy centre

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 May 2018 08:42:51


By Staff Reporter,

International Sujok Association (ISA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Matru Sewa Sangh (MSS) Nagpur branch to start Sujok therapy centre at MSS premises in Mahal.

The function was held on Maharashtra Day at MSS Mahal branch. Mayor Nanda Jichkar was the chief guest. Kanchan Nitin Gadkari, President of MSS Mahal, Asha Nandkishor Sarda, National Treasurer and patron of ISA India has signed the MoU focusing on providing best health care services of Sujok therapy at affordable rates to the society.
The Sujok therapy centre has been started functioning from Wednesday on third floor of MSS Mahal branch between 10.00 am To 12.30 Pm during week days.

Expert Sujok therapist from Sujok clinic and research center kamptee road started rendering their services. Jignesh Gokani, General Secretary of ISA explained the importance of Sujok therapy and the noble work carried by ISA.

Nanda Jichkar appreciated the move of ISA to provide health benefits of Sujok to the common man. She also experienced the treatment on herself and assured to promote it on grassroot level with the help of Nagpur Municipal Corporation.

Kanchan Nitin Gadkari termed the MoU as an additional service to people and it will greatly help to the society to manage their day to day problem with this natural healing science.

Nagpur ISA President Shubha Maheshwari conducted proceedings. Vaidehi Bhate proposed a vote of thanks.
Lata Deshmukh, Secretary of MSS, Sitabuldi; Vaidehi Bhate, Secretary of MSS, Mahal; Irawati Dani, Treasurer of MSS, Mahal; Dr Bhagyashri Gandhe, Medical Superintendent of MSS; Dr Chayya Chourasia, Chief Medical Officer of MSS; Industrialist Nandkishor Sarda, staff members and students of MSS attended the programme in large numbers.

Sharda Rathi, Joint Treasurer of ISA; Dhaval Pathak, Organizing Secretary of ISA; Dilip Chauhan; Gyankala Sarda, Dilip Chauhan, Manisha Karmore, Vandana
Vyas, Meena Burde, Madhuri Joshi, Varsha Perke, Deepa Bhowate and Namrata Dhawale worked hard for the success.
MSS, Mahal requested the public at large to avail maximum benefit of services.