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Two felicitated for pledging body donation
 
JAIPUR: Newspapers Association of India Jaipur Unit Honors Program for the body donors Three persons pledged to donate bodies for research work at the Sawai Man Singh (SMS) medical college on Friday.

All the medical college is facing shortage of cadavers for research work and at present there are minimum bodies but it needs more so that research work could be conducted properly.

Eighty-five-year-old Sr Journalist Ram Kishan Sharma and 86-year-old Vimal Kumar Choudhary filled body donation forms, which were collected by health minister A A Khan, at a function organized by the Newspaper Association of India (NAI), Jaipur unit, in Shastri Nagar.

Earlier, only two persons decided to take pledge to donate their body but encouraged by their decision, one more person also decided to donate his body.

"After death, the soul departs and the body becomes unimportant. But, the body can be used for research work in the medical field and could save the life of many people," Sharma said after signing the form.

On the occasion, NAI officials said the health minister should make arrangements for collection of pledge forms from homes of people who decided to donate their bodies. NAI National general Secretary Vipin Gaur said, "Body donation is a noble decision. It doesn't look good that a person has to stand in queues in hospital to fill forms for donation of his body. We demanded from the minister that a team should be constituted which will go to the houses of people who want to donate their bodies to collect the forms in a dignified way and to honour them. The minister accepted our demand." and that great work start by Bhanwar singh ranawat who is Vice President of NAI Rajasthan State

SMS medical college anatomy department head Dr Sangeeta Chouhan said, "People are now aware about the usefulness of donating of bodies. This year, we have received forms from 11 people who have decided to donate the bodies."

She said still they need 15 more bodies to conduct research work properly. NAI Rajasthan State Team is doing good work for country . Manmohan Singh Bagga State Gen- Secretary , Aman Varma Jaipur Disst President , Atul jain and Asha jain also cast in the services and programs provided


   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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