Udaipur : A Government of India enterprise, EdCIL India Limited today donated a multi-utility vehicle, TATA Winger to Narayan Seva Sansthan for ease of transport of differently able humans. On this auspicious occasion, Shri Diptiman Das, CMD of EdCIL India and his team remained present.
Shri Diptiman Das, CMD of EdCIL India said, “We live in exciting times where 75% of the planet’s population is aspiring to catch up with the rest through renewed focus on social sector-especially education. We also believe in giving back to the nation, it is one tiny effort that we thought we should bring in collaboration with Narayan Seva Sansthan for empowering the differently able humans. We wish our small effort will be providing comfort and a message of ‘moving ahead’ in life to all of them.”
The TATA Winger was flagged off by the team of EdCIL India and Shri Padma Shree Kailash ‘Manav’ on its first trip to Udaipur city carrying about 12 differently humans. About 100s of differently able humans witnessed this auspicious gala event.
Shri Prashant Agarwal, President of Narayan Seva Sansthan, said, “It is our privilege to have such corporate donors who are irrigating the emotions of social service within the organization and giving hopes to the underprivileged and deprived communities. We are thankful to EdCIL India for their contribution to set another such example by donating a vehicle for the specially able humans and bringing ease in the life of patients, orphan children and school kids from tribal are commuting to Narayan Seva Sansthan’s campus.”
Narayan Seva Sansthan is the hope for physically impaired patients suffering from Polio, Cerebral Palsy, and other by birth disabilities belonging from India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Ukraine, UK and USA. Narayan Seva Sansthan has operated over 3.5 lakh patients in last 30 years and has provided them a full socio-economic support by availing best of the medical services, medicines and technologies in free. This is a place where there is no cash counter for anything that anyone is in need of. It has 1100 bedded hospitals functioning with a team of 125 doctors and nursing staff, who are operating about 95 patients daily and servicing the humanity.