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Darrang, North Lakhimpur aid for violence victims

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MANGALDAI, Jan 2 � Darrang Deputy Commissioner Manoj Kumar announced the donation of one day�s salary of all State Government employees serving in the district to the Chief Minister�s Relief Fund to help in the relief and rehabilitation process of the violent-hit families of Sonitpur and Kokrajhar districts. He was speaking on the eve of the departure of two trucks laden with clothes, foodstuffs and other relief materials for the inmates of different camps situated in the violence-affected Dhekiajuli and Biswanath Chariali areas of Sonitpur district on Wednesday.

The DC expressed his gratitude to the people of Darrang in general and various NGOs of the district in particular for making voluntary donations to the needy people in other parts of the State by honouring the appeal of the district administration.

Meanwhile, the truck (No. AS-01C-1067), laden with around 100 packets of clothes, foodgrains, packed dry food, blankets, mustard oil, potatoes, etc., at the joint initiative of NGOs � Crystal Vision of Mangaldai, Inner Vision of Duni and Khotora Satra of Dipila � and with the support of the people of Darrang and the district administration, travelled to the camps of the affected people situated at Madhabpur Bongaon LP School and other adjoining areas under the Amiyapur GP in the Dhekiajuli Revenue Circle. The other truck went to Biswanath Chariali.

North Lakhimpur Correspondent adds: Various groups and organisations in North Lakhimpur have collected and sent relief items to the terror victims of the neighbouring Sonitpur district.

Organisations like the Lakhimpur Chambers of Commerce, Lakhimpur Red Cross Society, Lions Club of North Lakhimpur, Marwari Yuva Manch, Maheswari Yuva Sanstha and Maheswari Mahila Sanstha carried relief materials to the victims living at the shelter camps in Tini Suti, Samukjuli and Sonajuili in Sonitpur district recently. The visiting teams from North Lakhimpur distributed warm clothes, utensils, torchlights and biscuits among the victims in the relief camps.

The Lakhimpur Small Scale Traders� Association, Hindu Yuva Chatra Parishad and Pragati Vanijyik Samity distributed blankets, saris, warm clothes for children and other dresses at the Tinisuti, Samukjuli Church and Samukjuli LP School relief camps on December 29.

In a related development, the Lakhimpur district administration has set up a cell and help desk in the Revenue Circle office and the District Disaster Management office to organise relief services for the recent terror victims in Sonitpur, Kokrajhar and Chirang districts of Assam. The administration has asked the public to donate relief materials at the two help desks.

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Darrang, North Lakhimpur aid for violence victims

MANGALDAI, Jan 2 � Darrang Deputy Commissioner Manoj Kumar announced the donation of one day�s salary of all State Government employees serving in the district to the Chief Minister�s Relief Fund to help in the relief and rehabilitation process of the violent-hit families of Sonitpur and Kokrajhar districts. He was speaking on the eve of the departure of two trucks laden with clothes, foodstuffs and other relief materials for the inmates of different camps situated in the violence-affected Dhekiajuli and Biswanath Chariali areas of Sonitpur district on Wednesday.

The DC expressed his gratitude to the people of Darrang in general and various NGOs of the district in particular for making voluntary donations to the needy people in other parts of the State by honouring the appeal of the district administration.

Meanwhile, the truck (No. AS-01C-1067), laden with around 100 packets of clothes, foodgrains, packed dry food, blankets, mustard oil, potatoes, etc., at the joint initiative of NGOs � Crystal Vision of Mangaldai, Inner Vision of Duni and Khotora Satra of Dipila � and with the support of the people of Darrang and the district administration, travelled to the camps of the affected people situated at Madhabpur Bongaon LP School and other adjoining areas under the Amiyapur GP in the Dhekiajuli Revenue Circle. The other truck went to Biswanath Chariali.

North Lakhimpur Correspondent adds: Various groups and organisations in North Lakhimpur have collected and sent relief items to the terror victims of the neighbouring Sonitpur district.

Organisations like the Lakhimpur Chambers of Commerce, Lakhimpur Red Cross Society, Lions Club of North Lakhimpur, Marwari Yuva Manch, Maheswari Yuva Sanstha and Maheswari Mahila Sanstha carried relief materials to the victims living at the shelter camps in Tini Suti, Samukjuli and Sonajuili in Sonitpur district recently. The visiting teams from North Lakhimpur distributed warm clothes, utensils, torchlights and biscuits among the victims in the relief camps.

The Lakhimpur Small Scale Traders� Association, Hindu Yuva Chatra Parishad and Pragati Vanijyik Samity distributed blankets, saris, warm clothes for children and other dresses at the Tinisuti, Samukjuli Church and Samukjuli LP School relief camps on December 29.

In a related development, the Lakhimpur district administration has set up a cell and help desk in the Revenue Circle office and the District Disaster Management office to organise relief services for the recent terror victims in Sonitpur, Kokrajhar and Chirang districts of Assam. The administration has asked the public to donate relief materials at the two help desks.