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Marwari Yuva Manch Surabhi launches poster for body, eye donation signature campaign from today


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Jamshedpur, June 24: Surabhi, the women’s wing of Marwari Yuva Manch (MYM) steel city branch, on the conclusion of its five day programme in observance of International Day of Yoga, launched the poster for the Body and Eye Donation signature campaign slated to get underway from Friday, June 25. The programme was organized at Chandrabali Uddyan residential complex in Kasidih. The chief guest on the occasion was BJP state spokesman, Kunal Sarangi. Other guests included Marwari Sammelan senior state vice president Ashok Bhalotia, MYM state general secretary Arun Gupta, Dr Ajay Agrawal, Dr Ravi Daulat, BJP leader Dinesh Kumar and Dinesh ‘Munna’ Agrawal. All the guests were presented Tulsi saplings. The guests jointly released the awareness poster for the Body and Eye Donation campaign.

Speaking on the occasion, Surabhi unit president Manisha Sanghi announced that the organization’s members would commence the Body and Eye Donation campaign from Friday, June 25. She said that the team members would collect signatures on forms of willing donors.

In order to set the ball rolling, Surabhi secretary, Kavita Agrawal announced that she would donate her body towards the cause of medical science.

In the course of her speech, Manisha observed, “A dead body was priceless for the medical world. A dead body, apart from general, practical medical studies, is very important for research work and for expert surgeons it is a proven essential prior to performing complicated surgeries.”

Other guests who spoke on the occasion stated that dead bodies were the work station for surgeons to perform intricate surgeries and thus enable the surgery experts to save thousands of lives. They stressed that lack of spontaneous body donors after their death was due to a lack of awareness. They said that government and private hospitals and the community as a whole should come forward and donate their bodies after death to aid research and enhanced medical studies that would ultimately help enhance qualitative medical studies for better service to mankind. At an average, between 10 and 12 medical students do their practical training on one dead body.

Surabhi secretary, Kavita Agrawal who had announced the donation of her body said, “Like blood and eye donations, body donation after death is a humanitarian cause and this has to be propounded in society.”

Others present on the occasion included Nand Kishore Agrawal, Vijay Anand Moonka, Umesh Shah, Sanwarmal Agrawal, JP Agrawal, Kailash Agrawal, Mahendra Agrawal, Nand Kishore Sanghi, Mohit Shah, Mohit Moonka, Nitesh Agrawal, Pintu Agrawal, Kamal Agrawal, Bajrang Agrawal, Ashok Agrawal, Asutosh Agrawal, Bablu Agrawal, Ghanshyam Agrawal, Niraj Sanghi, Nitesh, Madhur Agrawal, Sanjay Jhajharia and Lakhan Moonka.

The Surabhi team of organizers comprised treasurer Muskan Agrawal, convener Rekha Agrawal, state convener Pinky Chhavchharia, Varsha Chowdhary, Kavita Chowdhary, Khushbu, Maya, Swati, Ruchi, Babita, Jyoti, Shruti, Kavita, Sonu, Usha, Reshmi, pinky, Suman and Rekha.

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