Prime Minister Narendra Modi complimented Sankalp 95, a group of KRHS students of 1995 batch, for successfully organising a health camp at Nadda village near Bhaironganj in West Champaran district in Bihar earlier this month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has showered lavish praise on the alumni of Bettiah-based Khrist Raja High School (KRHS) for its novel initiative at a village in West Champaran district of Bihar.
As per PM Modi’s statement, “Recently, I heard the story of Bhairoganj health centre. I am so impressed with the initiative that I cannot stop myself without sharing the story about this with you. Thousands of people from nearby villages gathered at the health centre to get themselves checked up.”
He also added that, You may think what is new in it. There is something new in it. It was not a government-backed programme, neither was it an initiative of any government organisation. The health camp was held by the alumni association of Bettiah’s KR High School. The step was taken by them under ‘Sankalp-95.
Moreover, Rao said, KROSA used social media, especially Facebook and WhatsApp, to connect with its students across the globe and urged them to do something positive for the poor students and the society at large.