Sewa Bharati celebrates formation day

Haridwar, March 25
The Sewa Bharati organised a function on its formation day in which its 145th branch was opened.
Regional coordinator Shiv Kumar pointed out that while this was the 145th branch centre in Uttarakhand. The society has more than 1,000 such centres in the whole country.
He added that since 1925, when a group of social activists had formed this organization, more than thousands of children had been provided free of cost education, books, school dresses and scholarships by them.
Dehradun-based social activist Anuradha, while lauding the efforts of the society, pointed out that while the government was also launching various educational schemes for the poor, yet due to corruption, they didn't reach the target audience but Sewa Bharati volunteers make sure that the aid was availed by the student only.
While district secretary of the organisation Naresh Kala said now they were providing girls with sewing machines and aiding them in learning job-oriented courses to make sure they stand on their feet.
Lata, a daughter of slum dweller, who now has completed her intermediate, said while her father used to spend all her labour income on alcohol, it was Sewa Bharati members that met her school expenses and now she was hopeful of cracking medical entrance exams.
On the occasion, all meritorious students who topped their respective classes were also honoured by the society office-bearers Mehar Chand Jain, Anil Bhati, Shiv Kumar and Narendra Pal. 


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