Sonu to get Jaipur foot

 The founder and patron of BMVSS Dr D R Mehta said Arunima would be invited to Jaipur and she would be able to walk again with the help of Jaipur foot. He said the organisation would bear the total expenditure of the Jaipur foot to be fitted on her and the journey and stay of her family members.

He said, “It was a tragic incident that happened to Arunima and her family. We cannot undo what happened to Arunima but we will do everything possible to reduce her pain.

“We have decided to fit a Jaipur foot on her amputated leg free of cost so that she would be able to lead a normal life. She will be invited to Jaipur once she recovers from the injuries,” said Mehta.

The BMVSS has given a new lease of life to about 12 lakh handicaps with their Jaipur foot. It has organised camps in various war-torn countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Iraq, Nepal, and Rwanda.

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