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Health check-up camp on 26/11 Martyrs’ Day with PM Modi’s message; Manoj Kumar Jain extended support

New Delhi [India]: In observance of the 26/11 Martyrs’ Day, a mega health check-up camp was organised today, aligning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s message of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.’ The camp, a collaborative effort of Sanjeevan Hospital, Shroff Eye Charitable Hospital, Golden Lanes Metropolitan Club, and Darya Ganj RW Federation, offered comprehensive examinations including cardio, eye, dental, ENT, and more.

Manoj Kumar Jain, the nominated municipal councillor, shared that hundreds of individuals benefited from the camp. Tests such as blood tests, blood sugar checks, ECG, ultrasound, X-rays, and non-cataract eye examinations were conducted. Free eyeglasses were distributed to those in need.

Dharmendra Dhingra, President of the Federation, Yogesh Jain, Minister Anurag Seth, and other prominent figures actively supported the successful organisation of this crucial camp.

Manoj Kumar Jain’s Contributions as a Social Worker

Manoj Kumar Jain, currently serving as an nominated municipal councillor in Delhi, has made significant positive contributions to the social sector. In 2013, he founded the NGO “Sahayog Delhi,” actively involved in assisting thousands in need for the past ten years. Before this, he served as the President of the “Tarun Mitra Parishad.”

During natural disasters, Jain played an active role in relief efforts, such as distributing ration, meals, and aid materials during the COVID-19 pandemic, benefiting over thousands of affected individuals.

He has actively participated in various social activities to address societal issues, including resolving sealing problems, facilitating youth marriages, and organising sports competitions. His tireless efforts signify his unwavering dedication to the community’s progress.

Manoj Kumar Jain’s dedication as a social worker stands as a testament to his contributions, demonstrating his willingness to contribute even more to the welfare of the community. From the dawn of his years, सेवा और सहयोग (Serve and Support) became a life mantra for Mr. Jain.

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