14th Yaad-E-Murshid Free Polio and Disability Correction Camp has been organized in the pious remembrance of Revered Sai Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj (Founder of Dera Sacha Sauda) on 18th April. The camp was inaugurated at Shah Satnam Ji Specialty Hospital.
Polio is a viral disease that affects the nervous system and can cause lifelong disability. This camp aims to help people with polio and other disabilities to lead more independent and fulfilling lives. Many people with disabilities face social stigma and discrimination, which can make it difficult for them to participate fully in society.
By providing medical care and support, this camp helps people with disabilities to overcome the challenges they face and to live more fulfilling lives. To pay heartfelt reverence to Sai Ji, this camp is organized every year to empower individuals with the gift of mobility.
Giving back the ability to walk and live life to the fullest- Free Polio and Disability Correction Camp
The beginning of this camp was marked by the recitation of holy Ardaas (prayer) and the divine slogan of "Dhan-Dhan Satguru Tera Hi Aasra" by Ruhaani Di Honeypreet Insan, members of the Dera Sacha Sauda management committee, doctors, and staff members of Shah Satnam Ji Specialty Hospital.
The patients at this camp, organized by Shah Satnam Ji Research and Development Foundation Sirsa, will receive free operations, pre-operative examinations, X-rays, medicines, and calipers, among other services. The selected patients will undergo surgeries on April 19th and 20th in the state-of-the-art operation theater of Shah Satnam Ji Specialty Hospital by bone specialists.
In the camp, doctors including bone disease specialist Dr. Vedika Insan, plastic surgeon Dr. Swapnil Garg Insan, Dr. Punit Insan, Dr. Pankaj Sharma from Mansa, Dr. Sanjay Arora from Hisar, Dr. Kulbhushan, Dr. Sushil Azad, Ayurvedic specialist Dr. Ajay Gopalani, Dr. Meena Gopalani, physiotherapist Jaswinder Insan and Nita are providing their services.
This camp is no less than a blessing for patients with bone-related diseases. In the camp, examination, medicine, and operation related to bone diseases are provided free of cost to all the patients. Patients from Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and other states come to avail the benefits of this camp.
Bone disease specialist Dr. Vedika Insan said that mostly the patients with CTIV and CP diseases take benefit from this camp. In CTIV disease, the foot of the child remains twisted from birth, their treatment is done here through surgery and physiotherapy methods. In CP, which is Cerebral Palsy, children's physical movement and ability to walk are affected. This is a kind of disability in which children have difficulty holding objects and walking.
As per Dr. Vedika Insan, the patients should stay in touch with doctors continuously until the child is 12 to 15 years old after the operation and continue to do the exercises prescribed. Only then one can get rid of this disease.
A Holy Tribute to Beparwah Sai Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj
Sai Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj awakened humanity and His teachings are showing the right pathway to millions of people today. Sai Ji, being the most benevolent saint always performed great acts of kindness. Every fraction of His life is itself a deep message for the upliftment of humanity.
After completing the divine purpose, Sai Ji united with the Supreme Power on April 18, 1960. The entire life of Sai Ji is a clear manifestation of selflessness, divine love, and immense benevolence. After Sai Ji, Param Pita Shah Satnam Ji Maharaj (Second Spiritual Master of Dera Sacha Sauda) and now Revered Guru Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan are working towards uplifting humanity across the world. They are showing society a new direction in a real sense.
The Yaad-E-Murshid Free Camp is a holy tribute to Sai Ji. As the life of Sai Ji revolved around removing the sufferings of needy ones so these days from the 18th to the 21st of April are commemorated in a way to help the needy and remove their sufferings. This camp aims at preventing disability, started in 2008, and has been organized every year since then except for the COVID year of 2020.
So far, more than 2500 patients have been examined in these camps, out of which 521 patients have been admitted for surgery. 705 surgeries have been performed on them, with some patients undergoing two or three surgeries. In addition, 547 patients have also been provided with prosthetics (artificial limbs). As a little tribute to the teachings of Sai Ji, this camp is making a big difference.
All in all, this camp indeed raises awareness about the importance of vaccination and the prevention of diseases like polio. By providing free medical care and support, these camps can encourage people to take proactive steps to protect their health and the health of their communities.
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