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Home for destitute, aged people at Kampur

By Correspondent

KAMPUR, July 11 � In order to give solace and succour to the physically handicapped, destitute and the blind and those who lack the basic amenities of life, an ambitious and lofty plan has been undertaken by the Dristi Jana Samannoy Bikas Samiti, an NGO aiming to help the old, incapable and the physically handicapped etc.

An open meeting held on the occasion at Kampur Mohgaria Ati under the presidentship of Prabin Sarma, a retired headmaster was attended by a number of distinguished personalities, including Labanya Laskar, retired Inspectress of Schools, Santa Agarwalla, State chairperson, Social Welfare Board of Assam, Bili Barthakur, a retired headmistress, Basistha Deka, an official of Kothiatoli Development Block and a host of others who in their speeches urged the people to feel for the physically handicapped and the downtrodden. Given proper training in a scientific way, the deaf, dumb and blind can also do useful work in the world, the speakers opined.

Earlier, the flag of Dristi was hoisted by Bili Barthakur in the midst of a large and enthusiastic crowd. The main office of Dristi was inaugurated by Dhiren Kakati, president of Kampur Sakha Sahitya Sabha.

The souvenir brought out on the occasion was released by Labanya Laskar, a litterateur.

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Home for destitute, aged people at Kampur

KAMPUR, July 11 � In order to give solace and succour to the physically handicapped, destitute and the blind and those who lack the basic amenities of life, an ambitious and lofty plan has been undertaken by the Dristi Jana Samannoy Bikas Samiti, an NGO aiming to help the old, incapable and the physically handicapped etc.

An open meeting held on the occasion at Kampur Mohgaria Ati under the presidentship of Prabin Sarma, a retired headmaster was attended by a number of distinguished personalities, including Labanya Laskar, retired Inspectress of Schools, Santa Agarwalla, State chairperson, Social Welfare Board of Assam, Bili Barthakur, a retired headmistress, Basistha Deka, an official of Kothiatoli Development Block and a host of others who in their speeches urged the people to feel for the physically handicapped and the downtrodden. Given proper training in a scientific way, the deaf, dumb and blind can also do useful work in the world, the speakers opined.

Earlier, the flag of Dristi was hoisted by Bili Barthakur in the midst of a large and enthusiastic crowd. The main office of Dristi was inaugurated by Dhiren Kakati, president of Kampur Sakha Sahitya Sabha.

The souvenir brought out on the occasion was released by Labanya Laskar, a litterateur.

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