Jan Jagran Manch based at Ramnagar decided to organize a Health Camp on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October and kick start the Centenary Year Celebration. Soochna Seva team was entrusted with creating event awareness campaign, participant registration and logistics. The team objective was maximum Information dissemination and grievances registration of participants.
A day prior to the event, Soochna team did an awareness campaign and visited the following villages Sabani, Bhawahar, Barwa Banjariya, Saphai, Shepur, Mungraha, Shonkhar, Mujara, Tolha, Mil Bawari and Harinagar. The prime locations of village such as chowk, chai and Paan gumti, Panchayat bhawan, junctions and other similar crowded locations were chosen for publicity and pamphlet distribution.
The event registration process started at 9 am. Till lunch time, 940 people were consulted in the Health Camp. The ENT & Eye specialist, Orthopedist, Dentist, Pediatrician, Obstetrician and Gynecologist and General Surgeon were present to attend the patients. The association of drug seller, Ramnagar, distributed medicine prescribed by respective doctors.
Soochana Seva stall had installed a projector to highlight various government schemes and useful information. The stall acted as an information hub for the participants. Total fifteen cases of grievances were registered in the event. 112 male and 90 female visited GSE counter and learned about its Social security services.
The invited social activists and other intellectuals in the event discussed about Gandhi teaching’s and its relevance in today’s world. First, Shri. Baijnath Mahato, EX MP from JD (U) offered a garland to Gandhi statue. Later, Shri. Sallauddin of Jan Jagran Manch opened a session on Gandhi’s teachings. The founding trustee of Babu Dham Trust highlighted the importance of Gandhi’s life and how it can pave the way for inclusive growth in India.
Shri. Priyandunath Arya Principal of Sanskrit Ucch Vidhyalaya, Ramnagar talked about the Indian cultural ethos and its significance in shaping our future. Shri. Vijya Pandye of Pragteesheel Sansthan stressed on strengthening the village economy by improving the agricultural sector and preserving the livestock. In the end, Shri. Baijnath Mahato, EX MP from JD(U) in his concluding speech requested everyone to adopt and practice Mahatma Gandhi teachings in their lives.