Visually impaired IAS officer provides accessible devices in Gujarat
More than 10,000 people with disabilities were provided accessible devices under the Accessible India campaign organized in Gujarat.
The campaign was led by Ravi Arora, a partially blind IAS officer.
Some of the devices given were sensor sticks, walking sticks, wheelchairs and tricycles.
A camp with special stalls was also set up to give certificates so that people could apply for various government services and benefits for people with disabilities.
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