HRS organise Free Medical camp at Jamia Masjid, Udupi

Source: S.O. News Service | By Arfa Kazia | Published on 12th March 2018, 3:42 PM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Udupi: A free medical camp open to all religious community was organized at Jamia Masjid in Udupi which was organized by the HRS (Humanitarian Relief Society) in collaboration with Kasturba Medical College, Manipal and Udupi Zilla Shamiyana Samyojakara Okkutta.

Inaugurating the camp, Regional Convener of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Akber Ali said that we must let the peace and brotherhood prevail by organizing social service camps in all Masjids, Temples, and Churches and let it be open to all religions.

“The place of worship could help to heal both physical and mental diseases”, he added.

The medical camp was organized for testing Cardiology, Diabetes, and various Eye related issues. This is the first time that such a mass level medical camp was organized at Jamia Masjid, open to all religious community.

At the camp, more than 400 patients were treated free of charge by KMC team while the HRS volunteers assisted in setting up the camp.

The District president of Shamiyanaokkutta Mr. Naveen Ameen, KMC Ophthalmology specialist Dr. Neetha, State General Secretary of HRS Mohammed Marakada, Jamiya Masjid Udupi president Sayed Yaseen, Mujeeb Sikander and many others were present on this occasion.  

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