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LSET hails social organisations role in presnt crisis
4/5/2020 10:58:33 PM
EarlyTimes Report

JAMMU, Apr 5: At present when people from all walks of life were fighting a decisive battle against the deadly virus COVID- 19 by observing social distancing and complete shut down at all fronts, the role being played by several organization and volunteers is appreciable who reach out to poor and needy people for help during this period of crisis.
Among such organizations one Lavish Social & Educational Trust (LSET) Jammu has been playing active role in the present situation to fight against deadly COVID-19 pandemic threat by identifying poor and needy people and helping them at their door steps.
It has been appreciating and lauding the role of volunteers and social organizations of Jammu, being played by them in present crucial times in helping the poor and needy people in every nook
LSET hails social organisations role in presnt crisis
EarlyTimes Report

JAMMU, Apr 5: At present when people from all walks of life were fighting a decisive battle against the deadly virus COVID- 19 by observing social distancing and complete shut down at all fronts, the role being played by several organization and volunteers is appreciable who reach out to poor and needy people for help during this period of crisis.
Among such organizations one Lavish Social & Educational Trust (LSET) Jammu has been playing active role in the present situation to fight against deadly COVID-19 pandemic threat by identifying poor and needy people and helping them at their door steps.
It has been appreciating and lauding the role of volunteers and social organizations of Jammu, being played by them in present crucial times in helping the poor and needy people in every nook and corner of the region braving all the odds.
Vinod Pandita chairman LSET has expressed satisfaction over the relief work and to identify and help the poor and needy people in nearby and far off areas of the region besides to reach to them at their door steps in well manner . He also whole heartedly appreciated and saluted the services being rendered by our doctors, nurses, para medical staff, police, paramilitary forces, Journalists/ media houses. etc who are dedicatedly working day & night to serve the people in different disciplines in this crucial time bearing all the risks . He has also urged more social organizations/people to come forward and voluntarily contribute in the Prime Minister’s Relief fund to show solidarity and social gesture for defeating COVID-19 Pandemic challenge.

nd corner of the region braving all the odds.
Vinod Pandita chairman LSET has expressed satisfaction over the relief work and to identify and help the poor and needy people in nearby and far off areas of the region besides to reach to them at their door steps in well manner . He also whole heartedly appreciated and saluted the services being rendered by our doctors, nurses, para medical staff, police, paramilitary forces, Journalists/ media houses. etc who are dedicatedly working day & night to serve the people in different disciplines in this crucial time bearing all the risks . He has also urged more social organizations/people to come forward and voluntarily contribute in the Prime Minister’s Relief fund to show solidarity and social gesture for defeating COVID-19 Pandemic challenge.

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