Adinath Jain Trust, Choolai, Chennai empowers 600 differently abled and underprivileged people with free prosthetic aids worth Rs. 30 Lakhs Mr. J. Radha Krishnan I.A.S., Commissioner, Greater Chennai Corporation distributed the Aids to the beneficiaries


In an endeavour to empower poor and people with movement disability in their journey from dependence to independence, Adinath Jain Trust, Choolai, Chennai, organised a camp today (18th Nov. 2023) for distributing free prosthetic mobility aids worth Rs. 30 lakhs to 600 beneficiaries.


Mr. J. Radha Krishnan I.A.S., Commissioner, Greater Chennai Corporation presided over the camp and distributed various accessories and equipments including free modular & artificial limbs, Clutches, tricycles, wheelchairs, glasses, hearing aids and walking supporters to the beneficiaries.


Other special guests who were present at the event were Shri Subashchand Ranka, Shri Pramod Choradia, Shri Stanton Morai, Shri Kamlesh Jain – Jain Metals, Shri C M Karthikeyan, Shri Madanlal Chowatia, Shri ADC Bharat B Jain.


Speaking on the occasion, the Secretary of Adinath Jain Trust, Dr. Mohan Jain, said, “These grants are distributed to the poor and differently abled, in memory of Smt. Kasturibai Ranka, with the support of her family members, Sanghvi Sri Kannialal, Sri Subashchand, Sri Naresh Ranka. With a motto of creating and nurturing an inclusive society for the differently abled, we at Adinath Jain Trust have been organising periodical screening and distribution camps for providing artificial prosthetic mobility aids to people with movement disabilities for 44 years now. So far, we have benefitted over 12 lakh people and with today’s camp, we have transformed the lives of 600 more! Our actions stem from our strong belief that with such prosthetic mobility aids, not only will their quality of lives improve, but their confidence and social standing in the society will be elevated to the next level. Furthermore, this will help them seek right employment opportunities that will reduce their dependence on the family members, increase their savings and eventually make their future hopeful, sans the social stigma”.


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