From the perspective of oncoming difficult times, contribution of doctors in the service towards nation and Dharma necessary ! – Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale, National Guide, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
One Corona has the whole world on its knees. A few visionary saints have predicted that the oncoming times are going to be even more adverse. In an event of natural or man-made calamities, the massive responsibility of the well-being of the society is going to be yours. Therefore, in times like these, it is important that all doctors impart first aid training to different sections of the society. As such, all doctors should play their role in the service towards nation and Dharma, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s National Guide, Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale has appealed.
He was speaking on the topic of ‘The current state of nation and Dharma and the contribution of doctors’ at an Online Medical Workshop organised by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on June 28. The workshop witnessed the participation of doctors in large numbers from Vidarbha, Marathwada and North Maharashtra, along with the presence of Sanatan Sanstha’s Dharmapracharak H.H. Ashok Patrikar. The workshop commenced with the blowing of conch and recitation of Vedas and Mantras. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Vidarbha Coordinator, Shri Shrikant Pisolkar explained the aim of the workshop, while Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh State Organiser, Shri. Sunil Ghanwat stated that, “It is important that all doctors come together and work for the nation and Dharma, keeping in mind the task at hand.” Thus, the doctors have decided to come together once every fortnight, in order to prepare themselves for the adverse times.
H.H. Ashok Patrikar of Sanatan Sanstha said that mental stress and fear has gripped Indians owing to the horrific situation because of the Coronavirus. It is important to make efforts to take preventive actions rather than treat the disease. For this purpose, if everybody undergoes first-aid training and assists the society, we will be liberated from the social debt and also perform spiritual practice as per times.
While speaking on the subject, ‘The need for first-aid treatment in adverse times and efforts to be made for it’, ENT Specialist Dr. (Mrs.) Sadhana Jarali said, “10% of deaths in India occur due to lack of first-aid treatment. In the present times of adversity and war-like situation, it is everybody’s moral duty to assist the society. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organises free first-aid training classes in every district.” The doctors participating in the workshop presented their views on this occasion. An appeal was made to contact on 7057368860 for organising free first-aid training classes.