Food Relief to 100 Families in Lockdown

food relief

Disha Social Organization extended food relief to about 100 very poor and destitute families from Sultanpur-Chilkana township and Dumjheda village on April 7 with the support of Chilkana Police Station.

These families were facing food crisis in the wake of nationwide lockdown owing to corona pandemic. Each food kit had 5 kg flour, 5 kg rice, 1 kg sugar, 250 g tea, 1 kg salt, 2 kg pulses, 1 packet soap and 1 kg cooking oil.

Expressing happiness, the station in-charge Amit Sharma said this relief material would prove to be a good support for the poor and destitute families during the lockdown. He said that the efforts were to reach relief material to very poor and destitute families, so no one went on empty stomach. He thanked Disha and its workers for the support.

The organisation’s coordinator, P Ram said that the Government, voluntary organisations and responsible persons of the society were responsible to reach relief to the poor in the unprecedented situation arising out of the lockdown. He said that Disha extended help to the poor and destitute people during disasters hitting the country from time to time.

The police personnel present on the occasion were Shah Alam, Rajbir Singh, Vinay Kumar, Ravindra Kumar, Chanchala and Suman Sharma. Women coordinator Suresho Saini and Shahnaj from the organisation were also present.