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Bhaiyyuji Maharaj's humanitarian mission for abandoned cattle, HIV children

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Oriental Bank donates 3 ambulances for `Jeev Daya Abhiyaan'

Indore (Dec. 10, 2014): Shri Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust, which has been into various kinds of social activities and pursuing novel initiatives for the benefit of mankind, is equally sensible towards the plight of abandoned, injured and deceased and stray cattle and animals who  quiet often are seen seething in pain on the city streets with no one around to take care of them. In absence of prompt medical treatment and prompt medical aid, many of these cattle are left to die unattended.

Taking a serious note of their plight, the Trust has launched a novel initiative -- christened as `Jeev Daya Abhiyaan' wherein the trust volunteers provide prompt medical aid to such cattle who are either suffering from any disease or get injured. In the past some time since this project has been launched our Trust has given new lease of life to such deceased and injured cattle, animals by providing prompt veterinary treatment to them, said Mr Sharad R Pawar, chairman, Shri Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust in a press statement issued here today adding that in the past few years the Trust has saved lives of over 200 cattle in Indore and its adjoining areas and nearby towns.

Pawar said the Trust's Jeev Daya project' has got a further boost with three brand new ambulances being donated to it by Oriental Bank of Commerce here recently. Withe these ambulances, the Trust volunteers can quickly reach any part of the city as well as adjoining areas to pick of injured and deceased cattle so as to provided prompt medical aid to them, he added.

Jeev Daya project is one of the dream projects of spiritual leader Shri Bhaiyyuji Maharaj under whose inspiring guidance, Shri Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust has provided succor to lakhs of people across the country and alleviated their socio-economic status through its philanthropic social works in the field of health, education, agriculture, community development.

Pawar said among various ambitious projects being run by the Trust under the guidance of Shri Bhaiyyuji Maharaj include Suryoday Balgrih in Akola (Maharashtra) wherein about 200 HIV affected children who have been left destitute on account of death of their parents due to AIDS disease,  are not only being provided free of cost accommodation but are also being imparted education and provided health facilities free of cost by the Trust.

Because of its path-breaking social initiatives and exceptional contribution in society, Shri Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust has recently been conferred with coveted Rajiv Gandhi Excellence award.