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Vishwa Shanti Sewa charitable trust providing relief services and essentials to more than 1 lakh needy people

In the service project of the Vishwa Shanti Sewa Charitable Trust during the lockdown, the members of the organisation selected the genuinely needed families and provided them dry ration.

brand-post Updated: Jun 29, 2020, 16:27 IST
During the lockdown, the organisation distributed ration materials and sanitizers to more than 5 dozen sweepers in Vrindavan.
During the lockdown, the organisation distributed ration materials and sanitizers to more than 5 dozen sweepers in Vrindavan.

While Corona continues to wreak havoc, many helpers also came forward during this time. The relief services also being provided to needy families and individuals by the Vishwa Shanti Sewa Charitable Trust amid the covid-19 crisis. The relief service ended on Tuesday.

On the last day of the mission relief assistance provided to more than 1 lakh people in the form of food, ration, mask, sanitizer, etc. throughout the lockdown.

Distribution of ration and other essentials

Vishwa Shanti Sewa Charitable Trust, provided a ration kit of flour, pulses, rice, chili spices, etc to folk artists who are financially affected in the lockdown at Krishnanagar. Organisation Secretary Vijay Sharma presented this relief material to more than three dozen artists. Dr. Deepak Goswami, folk artist Khemchand Yaduvanshi, ward councilor Monu Arora, Atul Upadhyay, and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

Relief works for more than 1 lakh people

The organisation Secretary Vijay Sharma said that during the entire lockdown, the organisation and committee members provided relief service to more than 1 lakh people in the Brij and other areas. Raw food items were also distributed to 11 thousand 300 families in Mathura-Vrindavan, while service committees working in other states of the organization also distributed dry ration to more than 5 thousand such families. In addition, cooked food and masks, sanitizers were distributed to more than 22 thousand people at various places by organisations, committees.

He said that the organisation did not receive any kind of donation for the entire relief service.

Contribution of 50 lakhs to PM Cares

Media in-charge Jagdish Verma said that the organisation had donated Rs 11 lakh in PM Cares fund. Organisation head and Bhagwat spokesperson Pandit Devkinandan Thakur had also appealed to his disciples across the country to contribute directly to the country and state government in the disaster. In which a lump sum amount of Rs 22 lakh was deposited by his disciple Mukesh Sharma, resident of Bangalore, in the relief fund of Haryana and Karnataka Government.

Assistance is given to genuine needy families

In the service project of the Vishwa Shanti Sewa Charitable Trust during the lockdown, the members of the organisation selected the genuinely needed families and provided them dry ration. Organisation manager Gajendra Singh said that the activists went to the destitute families living on the road and provided them ration. These include especially handicapped and disabled people.

Awareness of lockdown rules

During the lockdown, Bhagwat spokesperson Pandit Devkinandan Thakur made people aware of social awareness and adherence to government-issued regulations. He also asked people to wear masks and wash their hands.

Pandit Devkinandan Thakur arrived to pay respect to the Sweeper and police personnel

During the lockdown, the organisation distributed ration materials and sanitizers to more than 5 dozen sweepers in Vrindavan. On this occasion, Pandit Devkinandan Thakur himself reached to honor the sweepers and police personnel. He raised his morale by raining flowers on the sweepers and policemen personnel for their continued service in such a difficult time. He also provided masks, sanitizers, globs, etc to 150 media workers working in Mathura.

In Mathura-Vrindavan, prominent workers took over the responsibility of distribution

In the 70-day lockdown, more than 1 dozen prominent activists continued their service and distributed relief materials. Relief material packets were prepared at Shanti Seva Dham in Vrindavan and then transported to various places in Mathura-Vrindavan.

Prominent activist Vishnu Sharma said that the service resolution was fulfilled by taking special care of the security arrangements under the leadership of organisation Secretary Vijay Sharma. Once Pandit Devkinandan Thakur came in and tested and praised his own arrangements.

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