Distributed assistive devices to 'Divyangjan' in Lucknow. We need to make India more accessible for 'Divyangjan' pic.twitter.com/7r7EdDWwXq— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) June 10, 2016
In this Camp 40 Motorised tricycle, 322 tricycle, 54 Folding wheel chair, 09 CP Chair, 264 crutches, 22 walking sticks, 14 for visually impaired, 184 Smart Phone, 93 Daisy Player, 69 Folding sticks, 27 Braille Slate, 34 Braille Kit, 273 behind-the-ear hearing aids worth Rs. 1 Crore were distributed to 115 pre-identified beneficiaries.
Inaugurated facilities like High Speed Wi-Fi and Integrated Security Security System at Lucknow junction today. pic.twitter.com/cesRfVruTv— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) June 10, 2016
Rajnath Singh on the occasion:
He said such Camps are crucial to the integration of Persons with Disabilities (PwD) in to the mainstream and a sensitive government like the current government under the leadership of Narendra Modi will always relentlessly work towards achieving the goal of empowerment of Divyangjans.
He further added that the state-of-the-art Aids and Assistive Devices provided by ALIMCO will equip PwDs and will also be crucial in achieving the objectives of 'Make in India' programme.
Thawar Chand Gehlot on the occasion:
Elaborating further on the role of ADIP Camps Thawar Chand Gehlot said that the central government has brought transparency to the ADIP Scheme and the massive response and success of the scheme has added to the popularity of this initiative by the Ministry.
He said that the current government remains committed towards the inclusion and empowerment of the marginalised through a corruption-free system.
He said that the 'Make in India' objective of the government is also being achieved through ALIMCO's active collaboration with German manufacturers 'Ottobock' and UK-based manufacturers 'Motivation'.
He also informed that 352 successful Cochlear implants have been carried out by the Ministry in the past two years.