Jamshedpur: A free medical camp was organized at CP Club, Bagunhatu, on Wednesday under the aegis of Samarpan, a city-based NGO. As many as 352 people benefitted from free check-up and consultation facility at the camp. Free medicines were dispensed to the visitors by the outfit.
The chief guest of the occasion was Amit Kumar, deputy commissioner, East Singhbhum. In his address, he praised the NGO members for their good work. He said the district administration was willing to help NGOs in their social welfare activities in every possible manner. He said the NGO should also take initiative for environment conservation. A campaign is already on in the city to stop use of polythene bags by shopkeepers, vendors and the people in general.
The guest of honour of the inaugural session of the programme was Anup T Mathew, senior superintendent of police, East Singhbhum. He said the convenor of the NGO Lalit Das and other members were doing a great service to the society.
He said more and more youngsters should come forward to help the people through social welfare activities.
Giving the welcome speech, Lalit Das said the NGO was working the field of education and health. People from various sectors were coming forward to help the NGO. He said the NGO will continue working for public welfare. He said the outfit will launch a cleanliness drive on a massive scale very soon.