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Barak Valley Welfare Development Society celebrated Independence Day by distributing masks, sanitizers to the needy.

Barak Valley Welfare Development Society is a well renowned NGO from Silchar who has time and time again proved it’s valour in different humanitarian activities within the valley.

This Independence Day too it wasn’t any different for them. An extraordinary situation demands an extraordinary spirit. Due to the COVID pandemic, people are suffering throughout, hence, a little effort of a helping hand may lead to a great outcome.

BVWDS, thus with the motto of serving people went out to distribute masks, hand sanitizers, medicated soap among the needy that includes old and young men, children and women.

The organisation began the celebration of Independence Day by hoisting the Tricolour at their main office in presence of the NGO’s president Mr Gouranga Chanda and other eminent members. After the hoisting of the flag, they distributed sweets among the members present and some chocolate among school-going children.

Soon after that on that, with all the members and staffs of different projects, they went to different slum areas of Silchar town that included Malani bill, Kalibari chor, Tarapur railway colony and distributed masks, hand sanitizers, medicated soaps etc to their families and children and made them aware on the hazardous consequences of COVID 19 pandemic.

Later, in the 2nd phase, the organisation went to Ramnagar, Bilpar, Sonai road of Silchar town and yet again distributed masks, hand sanitizers, medicated soaps etc among long-distance truckers and local commercial drivers and their helpers. They distribute the necessary kits to general people too, for the prevention of COVID-19 pandemic.

The members present over the distribution and in the entire day program were Miss Puja Das, Gaurav Chanda, Sagarneel Sen, Mowsumi Choudhury, Sudipta Das Gupta, Sagar Gurung, Dilu Choudhury, Kailash Subbha, Monojit Ghosh, Samarendu Purakaystha and Ram Bahadur Bhaji.

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