A rural young farmer, Bonagiri Narsareddy of Morthad mandal is creating hope among the hapless, hopeless and helpless elderly. He serves them food and provides medical treatment to those staying at the Government hospital. Narsareddy is a resident of Talla Rampur village in Morthad mandal. He found Sahrudaya Society to help the needy.
Recently, he had saved the life of an aged person who has not been having food for days and fainted at Kammarpally bus stand.
Although Narsareddy tried to talk to him, the elderly person was unable to respond and was also suffering from fever. Nobody came forward to help as the person was in a poor condition.
Narsareddy immediately got a barber, got his hair cut and bathed him in hot water. After that, he brought the person to Nizamabad Government hospital and admitted him to the emergency ward. Narsareddy stayed three days with the old man and served him till he was cured.
He then contacted Nehru Yuva Kendra coordinator M Ramachandra Rao, who requested Dr Tirupathi who works in the hospital to closely monitor the condition of the patient. Blood tests were conducted and it was found that the person was weak due to lack of food. Indur Yuvatha
Association of Nizamabad also came forward and arranged for some clothes and food. After he regained his health, Narsareddy shifted him to an old-age home in Kamareddy.
Earlier too, Narsareddy has helped many a needy person. He provides health services to people, by spending his own money, putting aside his farming activities.
Narsareddy said that it is everyone’s duty in the society to help the people around. “Helpless people are suffering in Nizamabad government hospital due to the lack of care,” he added. He also urged district Collector and DMHO to provide special services to the poor.
Ramchanader appreciated Narsareddy, and said that he has a zeal to serve and take care of the needy.