Kochi, April 18: Taking time off his busy schedule, Kerala State Human Rights Commission (KSHRC) Acting Chairperson Mr P Mohana Das sang for the patients at Ernakulam General Hospital on Wednesday at the weekly music pogramme of Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF).
This was not the first time that Mr Mohana Das found time to bring some cheer and solace to the patients of the hospital as part of the ‘ Arts and Medicine Programme’ of KBF as he and his colleagues had turned up for it a few months ago.
But this time, it was his brothers and niece who accompanied him at the event, which coincided with the 20th death anniversary of his mother.
“ This is a part of our charity work. My brothers and niece have also accompanied me, today. They will also be participating in the programme. Out of my busy schedule, I have set aside two hours for this. Apart from this, we are observing our late mother Basurangi’s 20th death anniversary today and this programme is a tribute in her memory,” Mohana Das said before the programme began.
This is the 216 th episode of the ‘Arts and Medicine’ programme, a weekly music concert being organised by Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) .
A joint initiative of KBF and Mehboob Memorial Orchestra, the programme is sponsored by CAFS (Casino Air Caterers and Flight Services) .
Mr Mohana Das also handed over a cheque for Rs 50, 000 to Dr A Anita, Superintendent, Ernakulam General Hospital, to be used for the welfare of cancer patients.
Mr Das was joined by his brothers, Dr Premchand, a Gastroenterologists in UK and Mr KP Sruesh, a businessman, besides his niece Ms Parvathi PA , a student of Nalanda Public School, Thammanam. Mrs Renju Abhilash, another professional singer, who has participated in TV reality shows, also performed with them at the programme.
Mr Bonny Thomas, Kochi Biennale Foundation Trustee was present.
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