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DHEMAJI, July 31 - Activists of seven unions under the banner of Uttar Purva Rama Krishna Vivekananda Bhav Prasar Parishad, Kalaguru Foundation and Zubeen Fans Club and Dhemaji Satsang Samiti separately conducted relief camps at Rabha Kathoni Mabhog LP School in Dhemaji district on Sunday and distributed relief materials among the flood-hit families.

Thus, Vivekananda Study Centre of Naharlagun, Rama Krishna Sewa Samiti�s Harmuty, Bihpuriya, Laluk, North Lakhimpur, Dhemaji and Silapathar units run under Uttar Purva Rama Krishna Vivekananda Bhav Prasar Parishad distributed food items, mosquito nets, clothes, drinking water, baby food, candles and other essential items among the flood-affected families.

The Sewa Samities also organised free health check-up camps at Rabha Kathoni Malbhog LP School and treated more than 200 patients with free medicines.

On the other hand, music maestro Zubeen Garg-led Kalaguru Foundation and Zubeen Fans Club led by his wife Garima Borthakur with the help of the All Assam Students� Union distributed various items among 350 flood-affected families covering Malbhog, Rabha Kathoni, Santipur and Sonowal Kathoni villages under Jonai revenue circle.

Notably, the government employees posted at Gogamukh Revenue Circle in Dhemaji district donated one day�s salary to Chief Minister Relief Fund to ease the sufferings of the flood-affected families of the State.

Meanwhile, the State�s Water Resource Minister Keshab Mahanta, Jonai MLA Bhuban Pegu and members of District Legal Service Authority visited the flood-hit areas of the district and took stock of the problems faced by the affected families.

Moreover, members of the Jonai District Red Cross Society and members of NGOs like Indo Global Social Service Societies (IGSSS), Rural Volunteers Centre (RVC), North Star Society and Gramya Unnayan Manch are working at the flood-affected sites, constantly assessing the situation and disseminating flood-related information to the concerned authorities.

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Flood relief distributed in Dhemaji

DHEMAJI, July 31 - Activists of seven unions under the banner of Uttar Purva Rama Krishna Vivekananda Bhav Prasar Parishad, Kalaguru Foundation and Zubeen Fans Club and Dhemaji Satsang Samiti separately conducted relief camps at Rabha Kathoni Mabhog LP School in Dhemaji district on Sunday and distributed relief materials among the flood-hit families.

Thus, Vivekananda Study Centre of Naharlagun, Rama Krishna Sewa Samiti�s Harmuty, Bihpuriya, Laluk, North Lakhimpur, Dhemaji and Silapathar units run under Uttar Purva Rama Krishna Vivekananda Bhav Prasar Parishad distributed food items, mosquito nets, clothes, drinking water, baby food, candles and other essential items among the flood-affected families.

The Sewa Samities also organised free health check-up camps at Rabha Kathoni Malbhog LP School and treated more than 200 patients with free medicines.

On the other hand, music maestro Zubeen Garg-led Kalaguru Foundation and Zubeen Fans Club led by his wife Garima Borthakur with the help of the All Assam Students� Union distributed various items among 350 flood-affected families covering Malbhog, Rabha Kathoni, Santipur and Sonowal Kathoni villages under Jonai revenue circle.

Notably, the government employees posted at Gogamukh Revenue Circle in Dhemaji district donated one day�s salary to Chief Minister Relief Fund to ease the sufferings of the flood-affected families of the State.

Meanwhile, the State�s Water Resource Minister Keshab Mahanta, Jonai MLA Bhuban Pegu and members of District Legal Service Authority visited the flood-hit areas of the district and took stock of the problems faced by the affected families.

Moreover, members of the Jonai District Red Cross Society and members of NGOs like Indo Global Social Service Societies (IGSSS), Rural Volunteers Centre (RVC), North Star Society and Gramya Unnayan Manch are working at the flood-affected sites, constantly assessing the situation and disseminating flood-related information to the concerned authorities.

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