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ONGC extends support to flood-affected people

By Correspondent

JORHAT, July 25 � The Association of Scientific and Technical Officers (ASTO) and Employees� Welfare Committee (EWC) of Assam Asset, the two leading unions affiliated to the ONGC had jointly organised a relief camp at Rupohimukh recently for the flood-affected people. Three thousand mosquito nets and kitchen utensils were distributed among the affected families of four villages in the relief camp.

ASTO president RP Pandey and officiating ED-AM of Assam Asset AK Sachan along with AISTSCEWA president PR Mili personally supervised the relief camp organised at Rupohimukh recently. Other office-bearers of ASTO�Jayanta Kathuriya, vice-president, Ritul Gogoi, general secretary and Indeswar Pegu, joint secretary were also present in the camp.

Apart from the material help, ONGC had contributed Rs 1 crore to the Assam Chief Minister's Relief Fund, as a supporting contribution of the oil major to the North-Eastern State reeling under the worst flood in last 15 years. ONGC CMD Sudhir Vasudeva handed over the cheque of Rs 1 crore to the Resident Commissioner of Assam, Himangshu Shekhar Das, at Assam Bhawan in New Delhi on July 13.

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ONGC extends support to flood-affected people

JORHAT, July 25 � The Association of Scientific and Technical Officers (ASTO) and Employees� Welfare Committee (EWC) of Assam Asset, the two leading unions affiliated to the ONGC had jointly organised a relief camp at Rupohimukh recently for the flood-affected people. Three thousand mosquito nets and kitchen utensils were distributed among the affected families of four villages in the relief camp.

ASTO president RP Pandey and officiating ED-AM of Assam Asset AK Sachan along with AISTSCEWA president PR Mili personally supervised the relief camp organised at Rupohimukh recently. Other office-bearers of ASTO�Jayanta Kathuriya, vice-president, Ritul Gogoi, general secretary and Indeswar Pegu, joint secretary were also present in the camp.

Apart from the material help, ONGC had contributed Rs 1 crore to the Assam Chief Minister's Relief Fund, as a supporting contribution of the oil major to the North-Eastern State reeling under the worst flood in last 15 years. ONGC CMD Sudhir Vasudeva handed over the cheque of Rs 1 crore to the Resident Commissioner of Assam, Himangshu Shekhar Das, at Assam Bhawan in New Delhi on July 13.