Saturday, September 13, 2014

DSGMC send help to flood torn Srinagar

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) on the fourth consecutive day continue to send cooked food, ration, medicines and all sorts of help to the people of flood torn Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir.

A team of doctors and paramedical staff sent by the Gurdwara committee is also working round the clock in flood torn Srignagar.
“We are regularly sending cooked food for 50,000 people every day along with dry ration which includes, rice and pulses,” said DSGMC president Mr. Manjit Singh G.K. who visited the flood torn areas of Srinagar yesterday along with DSGMC general secretary Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa and other leader of Delhi unit of Shiromani Aali Dal. About 25 tonne of ration and other necessary items are being sent to the valley every day.

“Help from DSGMC would continue flow in the valley till it gets normal and we are helping every one irrespective of their religion, caste and place of native,” adds Mr. G.K. further according to him, the help flown to Srinagar includes biscuits, jackets, medicines, woolen clothes, water, water purifiers, tents and boats. Help is being sent in a special aircraft arranged by DSGMC.

Akali leaders Mr. Balwant Singh Rammowalia, Mr. Ravinder Singh Khurana, Mr. Onkar Singh Thapar, Mr. Kulwant Singh Bath, and Mr. Tanwat Singh also accompanied Mr. G.K to Srinagar. Meanwhile DSGMC member Mr. Samrdeep Singh Sunny, Mr. Jasbir Singh Jassi and Mr. Paramjit Singh Chandok are staying in Srinagar coordinating help to the flood affected population. Volunteers of Youth Akali Dal and staff members of DSGMC are also staying in Srinagar. Mr. Puneet Singh Chandok who is coordinating with cabinet committee on relief to Srinagar, said help is being sent in organized manner so that there is no overlapping and maximum number of people could be covered.

According to Mr. Sirsa as the things are going to get worse after water recedes and challenge then would be to fight out outbreak of epidemics and other ailments. “We are keeping close eye on the situation. I along with our president of DSGMC Mr. Manjit Singh G.K. would visit the affected areas of Srinagar and on the basis of assessment the help would be sent as per the requirement after water recedes,” informed Mr. Sirsa.

Meanwhile 30 families who were struck in the flood affected Srinagar were rescued and brought to Delhi in special aircraft arranged by DSGMC. The families belonging to Bihar and Gujarat were given financial help to go back to their native places, informed Mr. Sirsa. 

With Thanks :Media DSGMC 

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