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SGBG team visits families of quake victims

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 6 � A delegation of the voluntary organisation, Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) on Monday visited the bereaved family members of the five elderly women � Rina Das, Jayashree Barua, Padma Mazumdar, Bhumika Das and Bhanita Deka � of the Hengrabari area in the city, who died in the recent earthquake in Nepal while on pilgrimage.

The delegation comprised former SGBG president Dhiren Barua, who is the present chairman of the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), its working president Krishna K Barua, secretaries Satyen Doloi and Kailash Sarma, joint secretary Sanatan Das and members Dhaneswar Kalita and Nitya Mahanta.

According to an SGBG press release, the SGBG members talked to the members of the bereaved families and at the house of Bhumika Das, her daughter requested Dhiren Barua to repair the 50-metre stretch of the road in their locality for the convenience of the residents. This will bring solace to the departed souls of the five women who died in a foreign land in their bid to offer obeisance to the Almighty, said the young girl.

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SGBG team visits families of quake victims

GUWAHATI, May 6 � A delegation of the voluntary organisation, Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) on Monday visited the bereaved family members of the five elderly women � Rina Das, Jayashree Barua, Padma Mazumdar, Bhumika Das and Bhanita Deka � of the Hengrabari area in the city, who died in the recent earthquake in Nepal while on pilgrimage.

The delegation comprised former SGBG president Dhiren Barua, who is the present chairman of the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), its working president Krishna K Barua, secretaries Satyen Doloi and Kailash Sarma, joint secretary Sanatan Das and members Dhaneswar Kalita and Nitya Mahanta.

According to an SGBG press release, the SGBG members talked to the members of the bereaved families and at the house of Bhumika Das, her daughter requested Dhiren Barua to repair the 50-metre stretch of the road in their locality for the convenience of the residents. This will bring solace to the departed souls of the five women who died in a foreign land in their bid to offer obeisance to the Almighty, said the young girl.