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Assam: Guwahati Media distributes Flood Relief in Association with Khalsa Centre

Large number of city based journalists joined hands in this and contributed whatever they could, though many could not join in person due to their professional commitments.


Guwahati

Khalsa Centre North East along with Guwahati media today distributed hot food (Guru Ka Langar) and other Flood Relief materials in flood hit villages of Sonapur circle of Guwahati Metro providing hot food and cloths to nearly 1000 people of the flood hit villages.

“People contribute financially for such relief which is good but I feel Physical service is much more important than monetary contribution and that is why I am here to do SEVA for the needy people,” said Anubhuti Gohain Boruah daughter of a senior city based journalist while serving hot food to the people.

Angshuman Dey, Bikash Singh, Manjeeta Das, Abhishek Kaushik all from media were thrilled to be part of this first joint venture to reach out to needy people in the hour of their need.

Large number of city based journalists joined hands in this and contributed whatever they could, though many could not join in person due to their professional commitments.

Balen Kalita a resident of Sonapur Circle was guiding the visiting relief team and felt such cooperation has brought cheers to over thousand people of worst areas flood hit Guwahati Metropolitan district of Assam.

Capt P P Singh who was leading a team of early 15 members of Khalsa Centre North Eastalong with Vice President Narinder Singh, Cashier Jaswinder Singh, Gen Secy Rajinder Singh, Bhinder Kaur, Rani Kaur, Amritpal Singh, Bishal Singh, Gulu Singh, Sagar Singh etc thanked the media fraternity of Guwahati for this new trend of jointly organising relief.

Capt Singh informed that this is their second relief camp in 5 days last Thursday on 18th July they had gone to Nalbari district providing hot food to over 1000 people in four camps.

He said if some corporate house out of their CSR funds could provide them a vehicle their major hurdle of reaching out to needy people would be met and Team Khalsa would be able to reach out to more people.

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