TATE TIMES NEWSUdhampur: ‘Senior Citizens’ Club (Registered) Udhampur’ (SCCU) held a virtual meeting to condole the demise of its member Nanak Singh on 15 May 2021 resident of Raghunath Pura Udhampur. He was also a member of the ‘welfare committee’ constituted by the Club to look after the welfare of “Specially -Abled Persons’. On the occasion Club also extended sympathies with its members Vijay Singh Bandral and Kirpal Singh Rathore, on the demise of their better halves. The Club exhibited its solidarity with the aggrieved families. The Zoom meeting was conducted by Club President Mahadeep Singh Jamwal and was joined by the Executive body and Advisory Board of the Club. A general message was extended by the Club on the occasion to take extra precautionary measures during the ongoing corona pandemic that has reached to an SOS signal level.“Stay Safe – Stay Home” is the ‘Mantra’ to keep the coronavirus away.
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