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TR Gupta Trust distributes Blankets at Rattian
1/24/2023 10:32:25 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 24: TR Gupta Public Charitable Trust distributed blankets and woolen socks to the underprivileged persons at village Rattian Tehsil RS Pura, which is the native place of the Chairman of the Trust, TR Gupta.
Local population appreciated the noble gesture of the trust duringn current long spell of the harsh winter. The beneficiaries were identified by the local Numberdar Kuldip Singh and other prominent village committee members including Joginder Singh, Rajinder Singh, Surinder Sharma, Pt Kaku Ram, Dev Raj, Sunny Singh, Kala.
Speaking on the occasion Dr Ashok Kumar Gupta,Trustee, said that continuing with efforts to help the nnedy persons, the Trust has opened a Free medical Clinic at its head office at Marble Market which functions from 10,30 am to 5 pm on working days. Free medicines are also provided to the poor patients. He asked people to take benefit of nthis facility. A Langer has also been organised there on 26th jan 23 from 1 to 3 pm at its Trust Bhavan at Marble Market Jammu.
Other Trustees present on the occasion were Rajinder Motial, Kailash Langer, Yash Pal Gupta & Ajay Sabharwal .
Trustees of the TR Gupta Charitable Public Trust with some of the receipiants blankets at village Rattian.
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