Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Sept 22: The eyes of 7-year-old Kavish Agarwal, a resident of Jugsalai, will continue to bring light even after his passing into afterlife. The Jamshedpur unit of Marwari Mahila Manch (MMM) in their eye donation campaign, received the consent of Kavish’s parents, Nirmal and Neha Agarwal, for donation of their son’s eyes. The eye donation was facilitated by Secretary of Roshni Foundation, Sita Joshi, ophthalmologist, Dr Anshuman and MMM’s Chairperson of the eye donation programme, Sushila Khirwal.
MMM Jamshedpur unit President, Bina Agarwal expressed her gratitude to Nirmal and Neha Agarwal, prayed for the peace of Kavish’s soul and extended her thanks on behalf of the organization to the Roshni Foundation, and Dr Anshuman. “Such humanitarian acts are examples that society should take the lead from.” Sushila Khirwal informed that Kavish Agarwal passed away suddenly on Friday, September 22, at 4 AM. His last rites were conducted at Shiv Ghat in Jugsalai.
The MMM Jamshedpur has initiated a campaign for eye donation, ‘Nayan Dan, Mahadan.’ The awareness about eye donation has increased significantly, and people are now actively coming forward to donate their eyes. “It’s heartening to note that individuals are now taking the initiative to contact the forum for eye donations. The organization provides all services related to this noble cause, free of charge,” Sushila stated.
MMM Jamshedpur has made a special appeal to people that if such an incident occurs in any household and they wish to donate eyes, they may contact Bina Agarwal (9304833999), Jaya Dokania (7903948375), Sushila Khirwal (9431952424) and Seema Agarwal (7858016351) of the Manch for assistance.