Monday, June 14, 2021
Nagaland

Team Dimapur acknowledges NGOs for humanitarian service

gurudwara team dmapur

Dimapur, June 9: Team Dimapur led by Nodal officer Y Kikheto Sema IAS, and accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Dimapur, Rajesh Soundararajan, IAS , Commissioner of Police Dimapur, Rothihu Tetseo IPS, visited several NGOs / civil societies on June 9, acknowledging them for the help rendered in the fight against Covid pandemic.


At the Hope Charitable Foundation, Lingrijan, Team DImapur met the Director and during a brief interaction thanked the NGO for reaching out to the poor and needy, providing 24×7 toll free facility and giving counseling services.
Team Dimapur also met the Rotary Club President and their team and lauded them for their continued support and cooperation not only during the 1st and 2nd Covid wave but during any extra ordinary times.
The team also met and acknowledged the Dimapur Bongs President and members for their humanitarian services by providing more than 100 packed food to the poor people and also for coming forward to donate blood when need arises.
Team Dimapur also visited Sikh Gurudwara and met the President and members.
Dubbing them as brave warriors, Kikheto Sema mentioned that Sikh community were the first amongst the NGOs, this year and even last year too rendering philanthropic services in the fight against Covid 19 pandemic.
He re-iterated on the huge responsibility shouldered by Dimapur district being the gateway of Nagaland and reminded that the war will go on and asserted,” we will win the war.


Pointing out that presently, Dimapur district has enough beds and oxygen cylinders with huge reduction of positive cases, Sema said, ” We are in the winning side and Corona is on the loosing side, and further encouraged Dimapur warriors by saying, “Get ready if our services are required even in the other districts we will go and help them.”
Appreciating the decision of High Powered Committee for extension of lockdown for another week, Sema admitted that economic activities are needed but opined that human lives were more important.
(Page News Service)

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