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JK Yateem Foundation distributed Relief worth 2.44 lakhs among accidental victims
7/4/2019 11:49:19 PM
Early Times Report
KISHTWAR, July 4: J&K Yateem Foundation District unit Kishtwar distributed Kiryana items and cash worth Rs 244000 among 23 families of Keshwan Accident victims and each kit contain Rice 50 kg, Atta 50 kg, Ghee15 Kg, Mustard Oil 5 Liters, Sugar 10 kg, Suji 10 kg, Salt 3 kg, Chilli 400 gram, Haldi 400 gram, Namken tea 1kg, Sogi 250 gram, Garri 500 gram, Biscuits 5 packets, Dal 4 Kg, Dal chinni/ Elachi and issued Cheques amounting 3000/ each to all families.
Moreover District representatives of JKYM Jammu Mushtaq Ahmed Butt distribute amount of rupees 30,000/-among patients admitted in GMC Jammu.
Divisional coordinator Javed Iqbal Kripak along with District Representative JKYF Kishtwar Ghulam Abass Waza, General Secretary Ghulam Mohammad Malik and Ghulam Mustafa Malik assured the victims of Keshwan that foundation will admit orphans having age below 7 years at Bait ul Hilal orphanage Kishtwar and provide monthly financial help to deserving widows , scholarship to school going childrens.
J and K Foundation Kishtwar will provide relief to sarthal victims also within 2days.
This is the first instalment of distribution and second installment will be distributed in the coming days which requires huge amount and for the same JKYF District Unit Kishtwar appeal general public and philanthropists to extend generous helping hand to the victims of tragic road accident so that second installment will be provided as soon as possible to them as the deceased families belongs from poor families.
Members of JKYF also thanks to Public Kishtwar for their donation and hope that the donation will be given to reputed NGOs through out year so that relief be provided to deserving poors, orphans and widows through out year well in time.
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