Sikkim: Volunteers left for Haridwar with relief materials

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Rangpo, June 25, 2013

The ten members from Aadra, Barnpur and Barakar of Bengal Sikkim Prantiya Marwadi Yuva Manch has left today for Haridwar to support the other members busy in the camps.

Meanwhile, the second troop of All India Marwadi Yuva Manch today reached Haridwar with materials of more than 20 lakhs of rupees consisting of Rain Coats, Umbrellas, Torches, Solar Lamps and Medicines, a press release said.

Two truck load of material has been dispatched from Delhi in the presence of Union Minister Kapil Sibbel, CAIT General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal, NEC Member Seema Sethi.

In this troop National President Lalit Gandhi along with National Assistant Secretary Sriniwash Pande has also left for Haridwar with the relief materials. The teams have set up the four base camps in the area from where the relief materials are distributed.


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