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JAMMU: Bharat Sevashram Sangha (BSS), Panjgrain Nagrota on Thursday distributed over 500 shirt and pant among poor and needy persons, here.Mayor, Jammu Municipal Corporation, Chander Mohan Gupta who was the chief guest on the occasion along with Swami Satyamitranandaji Maharaj, Incharge BSS, JK UT distributed clothes among the needy people.“We are also focusing on providing clothes to underprivileged children and we also aim to reach to all the orphanages of J&K and people living in slum areas,” said Swami Satyamitranandaji.Mayor urged upon the people of J&K to come forward to help the poor. He further added that there are thousands of people also who are homeless and these mostly include labourers in the city and there is an immediate need for proper facilities for them.Chander Mohan Gupta said that the initiative for providing clothing to poor and needy sections of the society and other activities of BSS highlight and reinvigorate our ethical traditions and serve as a guiding force for the betterment of humanity.He appealed to the Sangha to continue its humanitarian services for the disadvantaged sections of the society.“The society must come forward to help the poor and the needy. If all of us decide to donate clothes, a lot can be done to alleviate their suffering,” Gupta said.Swami Satyamitranandaji Maharaj also highlighted activities of the organization. He said following the ideology of its great founder Swami Pramanandaji Maharaj, BSS have been carrying out various campaigns at their level to distribute clothes among the needy people and students every year.
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