NGO donates ambulance to six-bed Bihdia PHC

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Correspondent GORESWAR, Aug 31 – An ambulance, donated by NGO Seva Bharati Purbanchal in the name of Bihdia six-bed PHC for serving the poor patients of the vast area of Patidarrang and Karara mouzas in Kamrup (R) district, was inaugurated by Monoranjan Seal, president of the NGO here at Belkona Chowk recently.On the occasion, a well attended meeting was held under the aegis of Bihdia Tajikona Block Mandal BJP committee with Jadav Deka, president of North Kamrup district BJP in the chair, while Nripen Deka, secretary of the ambulance committee, explained the purpose of the meeting.

Addressing the meet, Monoranjan Seal, president of Seva Bharati, Keshab Nanderjhar of Mizoram, Ulas Kulkarni, member, SB and Mukesh Sing Sinha, incharge, Medical Officer (Bank) spoke at length about the social activities that have been undertaken by the NGO since its inception.Chairperson Jadav Deka pointed out the medical problems faced by the poor patients of this vast rural area. The six-bed Bihdia PHC, the meet felt, would now be able to redress these problems.

International Youth Day: Under the aegis of the Madhya Patidarrang Janakalyan Sangha (MPJS) of Patidarrang mouza under Kamalpur LAC, International Youth Day was celebrated with a day-long programme at the MPJS conference hall on August 12 in collaboration with Nehru Yuba Kendra of Guwahati.Earlier, a tree plantation and various competitions were held among the schoolchildren. A seminar on the topic ‘Changing of Climate, Youth Energy and Challenge of Time” was held where Chandra Kumar Sarma, State Election Commissioner, Hangshadhar Sarma, teacher of Brindaban Higher Secondary School and journalist of The Assam Tribune Kanthi Saikia participated as resource persons, while Hachi Ram Boro, president of MPJS, monitored it.

Hangshadhar Sarma inaugurated the seminar and spoke about the significance of International Youth Day. He stressed on checking degradation of the mental attitude of the youth so that they may be more active in finding their real path in life. Chandra Kumar Sarma urged the youths to develop their skills in areas of their interest for a better future.Kanthi Saikia opined that the present youth generation must be careful in moulding their life through proper application of their energy and mental attitude. They must refrain from addictive drugs, he warned. Otherwise, they would not be able to usher in development of society, both economically and technically, to suit global standard. Among others, Dr Babul Saharia, SDC, Goreswar Revenue Circle, Anowar Hussain, Accountant, Nehru Yuba Kendra, Guwahati, Chandradhar Nath, president of Four H Centre, Dumni Chowki, etc., spoke on the occasion.

source: assam tribune


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