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Inquiry into anomalies in distribution of relief sought

By Correspondent

DOOMDOOMA, April 24 - All Assam Students� Union (AASU) general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi has demanded that an inquiry be ordered by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal regarding alleged corruption in the distribution of free government relief materials among the poor across the state.

While distributing relief materials on behalf of Doomdooma Sanmilita Samaj, a joint forum of various organisations, among the needy families of ward numbers 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Doomdooma town, at the Doomdooma town field on Thursday afternoon, the AASU general secretary said the students� body had started a 10-day special campaign across the state to distribute essential food items among the poor families.

The district and the regional committees of AASU in association with other organisations would extend necessary help in this regard.

It may be mentioned here that Doomdooma Sanmilita Samaj has been distributing essential food items among the poor families of Doomdooma circle for the last couple of weeks.

On Thursday afternoon, the Samaj distributed essential food items among 250 poor families of ward numbers 7 to 10 of Doomdooma town.

During the programme, the AASU general secretary, All Moran Students� Union president Arunjyoti Moran, secretary Naba Moran, Tinsukia district committee of AASU president Binay Dubey, general secretary Samar Gohain, assistant secretary Rana Sonar, Tinsukia district committee of AJYCP president Surajit Moran, Doomdooma Press Club president Arjun Baruah, former president Anuj Kalita and several others distributed food items among the poor families.

Later, the student leaders distributed essential food items among 50 poor families of the Tongona area of Kakopothar. The leaders also distributed necessary stationery items among the students of this place.

Meanwhile, the Doomdooma branch of Elora Vigyan Mancha and Darpana Self Help Group distributed free masks among 200 people of Doomdooma town.

Doomdooma Jatiya Vidyalaya distributed essential food items among 18 daily labourers living in the vicinity of the school. On the other hand, Sri Sri Ramakrishna Sevashram, Doomdooma also distributed essential food items among 103 needy families here.

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