STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Swami Madhu Paramhans Sahib said during lockdown, the poor should not suffer or starve. “We are with the Government to take care of the daily needs of the poor, destitute and people living on the streets, and provide them food through community kitchen” he said. As a part of the social responsibility Sahib Bandgi Sant Ashram Ranjri under the permission of local administration is operating community kitchen at Kathua in which 1500 shortlisted families will get packed daily meals during the lockdown period. Besides 1500 families, free meals will also be distributed at four locations of samba. viz. Near 17 miles, Gurha Morh, Near Vijay pur police station and at Devta Naka Vijaypur. While serving the people due care is taken to follow the advisory of the Government on social distancing and other security measures. Due attention is taken to follow the guidelines as issued by the local administration from time to time. Its important to mention here that Sahib Bandgi Sant Ashram Ranjri is always actively engaged in helping people in the time of crisis whether it be the Amaranth Land row, Cross border shelling or any other natural disaster. We should rise above the barriers of class, caste, colour and creed and help each other at the time of need. Moreover, we believe in the principle that service to humanity is service to God.
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