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Food and medical aid by HJS and Sanatan Sanstha to flood-hit people of Kolhapur, Sangli

People displaced from Ingali (Hatkanangale) in Kolhapur district provided food and medical aid !

HJS activists distributing food packets to flood-stricken people at Ingali
HJS activists and Sanatan seekers helping flood-hit people at Sangli

Kolhapur : On 11th August, displaced people of Ingali were provided help; under which, 200 packets of food were distributed at Ingali Malbhag and Ramnagar areas and 200 patients were examined and given medicines for various ailments like cold, cough, body-ache and skin infections due to rains. Dr. Mansingh Shinde of Sanatan Sanstha examined patients.

Medical check-up of flood-affected people by Dr. Mansingh Shinde

HJS activists Shri. Kiran Duse, Shri. Santosh Sanagar, Shri. Prathamesh Gawade and devout Hindus Shri. Umesh Yelwade and Shri. Mahesh Yelwade participated in this drive.

4 health-camps held by HJS for flood-hit people of Ingali

Dr. Ashutosh Vibhute and Dr. Mukund Sadigale examining patients during health-camp organized by HJS at Ingali

On 12th August, health-camps were held at 4 places by HJS including the residence of Shri. Datta Shirole at Shirole Mala in Ingale village; another at the residence of Shri. Rajaram Mane at Malbhag in Ramnagar area. People were examined and given medicines. More than 250 people had medical check-up. It was conducted by Dr. Ashutosh Vibhute and Dr. Mukund Sadigale. Shri. Kiran Duse, Shri. Santosh Sanagar and Shri. Prathamesh Gawade of HJS helped in this drive.

More than 500 animals examined by veterinary doctors with the initiative of HJS

Doctors were required for medical check-up of even cattle at Ingale village. HJS contacted Shri. Kiran Kulkarni, city-Chief of Shiv Sena for Kagal when he arranged for Dr. Deepak Solankar, a Vet for this task. Dr. Deepak Solankar examined more than 500 cattle, free of charge.

HJS and Sanatan Sanstha extend help to flood-hit people in Palus taluka

HJS activists and Sanatan seekers helping flood-affected people

Tasgaon : More than 700 flood-stricken people from Dhangaon, Burungwadi in Palus taluka; Malwadi in Nimani; Burli village and Chougule colony etc were extended help by HJS and Sanatan Sanstha. Flood-hit people were provided biscuit packets, rice flakes and water bottles. Devout Hindus viz. Shri. Shankar Rajmane, Shri. Deepak Ghodake, Shri. Rajendra Mali, Shri. Kiran Pol, Shri. Ajit Patil, Shri. Santosh Patil, Shri. Shankar Patil, Shri. Bhagavan Gurav, Shri. Shashikant Koli and Sou. Anita Koli, along with other activists and seekers participated in this drive.

Help extended so selflessly by HJS and Sanatan Sanstha is quite laudable ! – Vikas Khot

Population of Ingali village is about 8000 and this village was totally submerged in water. It was learnt from local people that nobody had reached there with aid before HJS activists and Sanatan seekers reached there. On 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th August, help-drive was undertaken by HJS and people were happy to receive help. Shri. Vikas Khot, one of the flood-hit people said that he had only heard about HJS and Sanatan’s activities but saw the actual help extended by them and it was quite laudable.

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