Free ration given to 150 families of Sindhi community

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Mar 2017 11:28:54


Staff Reporter,

“TO SERVE the needy is at par to serve God was the saying of Late Saint Baba Narayan Shah of Katni. In accordance with the path shown by late Saint Baba Narayan Shah Samiti Jabalpur has been persistent to offer optimum assistance to needy belonging to economically weaker section of society,” said Chandra Lal Sharma Sewa Samiti on the occasion of distribution of essential goods to needy in a function held at Sindhu Bhawan in Harisingh Colony Madatal.


Reportedly, 150 families belonging to Sindhi community were given free ration for the month of March along with sweets, colours, sprinklers in view of forthcoming festival of colours. Besides charitable homeopathic, camps was organised for the benefit of down trodden.


About the noble gesture of Baba Narayan Shah Samiti Jabalpur it is informed that it has been persistent to offer optimum assistance to needy belonging to economically weaker section of society. The Samiti guided by the path of Late Saint Baba Narayan Shah of Katni has been a serious concern for the suffering of people with less purchasing power. And in view of this conception, it has taken up the responsibility to cater the need of needy every month. In a function organised at Sindhu Bhawan, the office-bearers lit the lamp on the occasion followed by distribution of free ration for the month of March along with sweets, colours, sprinklers in view of forthcoming festival of colours people of Sindhi community belonging to economically weaker section of
society.


Speaking on the members appreciated and congratulated members of the samiti for their persisting efforts initiated in providing essential goods to people belonging to down trodden society.


And the move initiated on everyday homeopathic dispensary is being operated in Sindhu Bhawan for two hours duration from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. People with various kind of indisposition who step in the dispensary are examined by team of qualified doctors namely Dr Anshu Mandhyani and Dr Sabina Ramani. The doctors who examined around 100 patients also gave medicine free of cost. Besides every month distribution of free ration to economically weaker section of society is also done by the members of Sewa Samiti.


The occasion recorded the presence of Shreechandra Mandhyani Chief of Sewa Samiti along with Tekchandra Heerani, Roshanlal Mandhyani, Shobhrajmal, Haridas Panjwani, Ratanlal Wachani, Sundardas Moorjani, Manoharlal Budhrani, Boolchandra Ambawani, Mahesh Makhija, Gulab Rai, Nirmala Keshwani, Sharda Sehwani, Mamta Waswani, Pooja Waswani, Gowardhandas Wadhwani, Pratap Rai and others.