Saturday, January 14, 2012

Hindu Samhati provides hapless people in Howrah blankets, clothes

Hindu Samhati, by now, has become synonymous to struggle for Hindu causes all over the Indian state of Bengal but at the same instant it does continue to depict its fellow feeling to wretched and downtrodden Hindus through adopting an assortment of humanitarian programs.

This saga was witnessed once again on January 13, on the day before Makar Sankranti, when Tapan Ghosh, president, Hindu Samhati, distributed blankets along with clothes to hapless people of 7 villages in the Howrah district. As per info, 80 blankets and 50 churidar were distributed.

The humane occasion was preceded by a painstaking survey by Hindu Samhati workers in 7 villages to make a comprehensive list of needy people in the villages.  The families were given a yellow slip and asked to bring the slip on January 13 at 3 pm. The task was conducted with affection, efficiency and hence, the success was inevitable. It was indeed a Grand Success.

Sri Sambhu Dayal Agarwal, Kolkata played a commendable role in this regard.  

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