Various orgs extend assistance amid lockdown

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 5/16/2021 2:29:54 PM IST

 Amid the ongoing state-wide lockdown, various agencies and political organisations have been extending humanitarian services to the frontline workers, ex-servicemen (ESM) and public. 

ST morcha & BJYM: BJP Nagaland has been undertaking several activities since the pandemic under the banner “seva hi sangathan” (service only is organisation).

A press release by the state BJP stated that under the initiative of the ST morcha Nagaland, ST morcha president, Wanphong Konyak and her team, the state VJP launched “one-time meal a day” for frontline workers of Kohima district today at the police headquarters junction Kohima.

The service was launched by state chief spokesperson & in-charge of ST Morcha, Kuputo Shohe, state co-chief spokesperson Nini Cheng and accompanied by state spokesperson W. Ngampa Konyak who invoked God’s blessings for the week long service.

The launching programme was held in the presence of OC south police station Neizhalie K.

During the service, ST morcha team successfully distributed about 110 food packages to health workers and traffic personnel and the Kohima district administration staff in and around the traffic rotary points of Kohima town. 

Further, ST morcha Nagaland extended their gratitude to the frontline workers for their selfless service. 

Meanwhile, Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) under the initiative of state BJYM Nagaland, BJYM Mon district led by its president Manai Konyak and his team under the banner, “seva hi sangthan” also prepared “one-time meal” and provided food packs to all healthcare workers and professionals at district hospital Mon to express gratitude towards the frontline workers.

Assam Rifles: With an aim to reach out to the ex-servicemen (ESM) during difficult times, Naga Terriers on behalf of IGAR (N) have undertaken interactions with ESM all across Nagaland mainly at Zakhama, Tizit, Mon, Mokokchung, Rangapahar and Meluri. 

According to PRO (Def) Kohima, health advisory, details of medical assistance and contact numbers of the unit were shared in case of any emergency. 

Meanwhile, the commanding officer, Col Neeraj Sood, Shaurya Chakra, assured all the ESM and Veer Nari to provide all possible support amid the pandemic.

In view of the lockdown, they were also presented with masks, sanitisers and essential commodities.

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