Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Sunday said that by setting up an 'Eye Bank' (eye fund) in all the medical college hospitals of the state till Dussehra, trained personnel and motivators will be appointed there.
Addressing the resolution held on 'International Organ Donation Day' by Dadhichi Dehdaan Committee, Bihar, the Deputy Chief Minister said that by establishing 'Eye Bank' in all 9 medical college hospitals of the state till Dussehra, trained personnel and motivators were there Will be appointed. He said that one and a half crore rupees have been given to medical colleges for this. The goal of one thousand cornea transplantation will be achieved in the next year. The Dehdaan Committee will organize a 'blind walk' so that the complexities of the lives of blind people can be understood.
Sushil said that despite all the advancement of science, human organs (kidney, liver, pancreas, heart, cornea) etc. are neither made in the laboratory nor found in the market. We can save someone's life by using it only when a person donates it. In West Bengal, 10 lakh people have filled the pledge of donation, out of which 1800 people have died after death.
He said that in the year 2013, Dadhichi Dehdaan Samiti was launched with the inspiration of Mohan Bhagwat, the current Sir Sangh driver. Since then, through this institution, blood donation, organ donation, body donation is being done to protect and brighten the lives. Sushil said that so far 412 successful transplants of cornea and 54 of the kidney have been done in IGIMS of Patna. He said that the tradition of charity has been in our culture since ancient times.
Dadhichi Deh Daan Samiti - An Introduction
In 1993, 10 youths made their will by visiting the Registrar's office. According to the legal provision, the signatory of the will was with a blood relative. Everyone had a keen desire to donate and donate to humanity. Information was also available from here that the cadaver of the medical colleges is not properly met. At the same time, with the advancement of medical science, the successful use of organs transplantation was also heard very much. But the need was to get those organs. There was a serious discussion on these subjects - the wish transformed the committee.