- Blind – HMCH has become the backbone of the deaf veteran, many ward boys are making positive efforts to awaken social consciousness by joining their service *
- Seeing this touching scene, I also felt the divinity *
Hazaribag: There is a saying in Indian society that “whoever has none, is the Lord of Him.” The song from the Hindi film Unclaimed “Whosoever has no one but his own God … ., When he is separated from his band, friends .. “.
The above saying of the Indian society and the lyrics of the song of the unclaimed film are in perfect agreement with the blind-mute-deaf veteran living in various wards of Hazaribagh Medical College Hospital.
For the last about 07-08 years, this strong, forced and helpless elderly person has been preserved from the time of Sadar Hospital to the present Hazaribagh Medical College Hospital, living in various areas of the male ward located here.
Another society still considers blind, deaf, deaf, mentally and physically challenged people as expected, and humiliates them, whereas the people and personnel associated with the hospital management have shown sympathy towards this person from the beginning. He is very appreciative.
For the last about 8 months, special vigilance and security has been arranged for the patients visiting Kovid-19 ward in Hazaribagh Medical College Hospital. A separate ward was constructed.
The doctors and medical personnel here are playing their important role in this battle of Corona. Despite this, the emotional sensation of about half a dozen wards of this elderly and blind and deaf person of about 90 years here has reached the height of humanity and humanity, but socially towards such people in the society.
Gives a grand vision of divinity with consciousness. As a Sadar MLA media representative, I have repeatedly seen the eviction of the infinite love of Ward Boy, posted here, and seeing this touching scene, my respect and respect for him has increased hundred times.
Workers cum Ward Boy Subodh Kumar, Jyoti Dayal, Santosh Aggarwal, Abhishek Singh, Sajan Kumar and Abhishek Thakur, including the contract workers, Pappu Yadav and other workers from time to time have their food – water, medicines and food given to them at the right time.
Has done a pious task of conducting Many patients who reach for treatment here are also affected by them. The big reason for this is that they do their own work with the help of their sticks and do not bother the patients of other beds other than their beds.
Meals are also eaten by themselves and disposable plates are also thrown at the designated site.
The great thing is that many times they used to go among the infected patients even in the pick-up of a disease like corona, but they say “Jaako rakhe saiyan ki naa koi”. In this regard, Dr. Raviranjan, renowned physician of Arogyam Hospital, says that the immunity system of such a person is stronger than the common people.
God keeps one side of the body of such people weak and gives strength to the other side, and this is the reason that at the age of about 90 years, even in old age, this person remains in existence by staying in the hospital.
Deputy Superintendent of HMCH, Dr. A. K. Singh says that many times an attempt was made to shift him to the old ashram but he does not want to go.
There was also an attempt to shift from a male ward to another place in the hospital but that too failed.
They also believe that this person has probably got into the atmosphere of the ward and they like to stay here now.
However, the story of this person living in HMCH promotes humanity and humanity as well as motivates the society that we must do as much service and cooperation for such infirm, weak and helpless people so that our May Indian culture and civilization remain untouched.
* Ranjan Chaudhary,