Dimapur, April 4: Following receipt of Rs 1 lakh from the Government of Nagaland as relief fund through the help of the allocated Nodal Officer Shanavas, IAS, Principal Director, School Education, the Naga Students’ Union Phagwara (NSUP) has taken up the initiative to approach and help students who are stranded in Punjab.
A NSUP release informed that a total of 57 students were provided with financial assistance to buy basic essentials.
On April 1, NSUP president, Imsanger Jamir along with general secretary, Rokozolie Tsürho also visited a residence of five Nagas in Jalandhar who were facing various problems due to the ongoing lockdown situation. They were provided with an induction stove, cooking pot, 15 kg rice, 2 kg dal, 1 liter cooking oil and hand sanitizers. Also, an amount of Rs 500 was handed in cash to relieve minor inconveniences.
The NSUP extended gratitude towards the initiative taken up by the Government of Nagaland to help the Naga students amidst the ongoing lockdown. (Page News Service)