Mahavir International Delhi continues the distribution of Ration kits along with other items since the month of March to the poor, hapless families of down trodden sections of the society.
As a sequel to its philanthropic contribution, Ration kits were distributed by Mahabir International Delhi (MID) to 32 employees of Press Club of India on 11th December as well as to some journalists who’d lost their jobs during the ongoing pandemic .
Sh V N Sharma, Chairman, Finance, MID and ex PF Commissioner, coordinated the ration kit distribution on behalf of Mahavir International Delhi.
Sh Vijay Shankar Chaturvedi, editor Rashtra Times and Executive Committee Member of Press Club was especially invited to distribute kits.
Further, Sh Sahid Abbas, Vice President, Sh Neeraj Thakur, Treasurer, Press Club of India, Sh Sanjay Singh, former Secretary General , Sh Rakesh Negi, ex E C Member and Shri Jitender Singh, Office Secretary of the PCI, apart from Sh D S Sajwan, renowned Social Worker in East Delhi, Sh Yogesh Bhat, journalist, Sh Vinod Dhondiyal, Editor Alaknanda and, Sh J R Nautiyal, journalist also distributed ration kits which contained necessary ration for about a month to an average family. It also contained masks, soaps and sanitary pads sponsored by NBCFDC.
According to the chairman of Mahavir International, Delhi the organisation had till now distributed 1.52 lakh food packets, 4000 dry ration kits, 40000 masks, 30009 sanitary pads, 16000 water bottles, soaps, even PPI kits to paramedics staff of some hospitals etc in Yamuna Khadar and East Delhi, Palam, Mahavir Enclave, Mehrauli, Neb Sarai, Hauz Rani etc to vulnerable categories like lohars, kumbhars, roadside petty vendors rag pickers, transgenders, vegetable growers and vendors, rickshaw pullers who lost business and jobs in Corona period .
The MID also distributed 1000 ration kits at Indore jhuggi jhompri area sponsored by container corporation of India
Ration kits , food packets and other items were sponsored by Container Corpn, NBCFDC, NSFDC, SAFEX, Vira Vision and other members of MID.
According to Sh Sharma, MID is initiating action for free skill training and education of deprived in Yamuna Khadar in a big way.
Uttarakhand Journalists Forum thanked and lauded the philanthropic gesture of the MID for coming to the rescue of the poor, hapless n the distressed families having lost their jobs and businesses during the pandemic lockdown by way of distributing ration kits, soaps, sanitizers, PPE kits to paramedics n even stationeries to students including clothes, medicines n other essential items. The president of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum Sunil Negi commended the former PF Commissioner VN Sharma in particular, his entire dedicated team and the sponsors as well who have been lending their support n assistance to the people n families of the economically deprived sections of the society during the most challenging n critical Covid times. Prior to Covid 19 Mr. Sharma, a renowned social activist had been organising free medical camps in the remotest corners of Uttarakhand helping the women and economically deprived families financially as well as medically by organising camps and treating patients free of costs including providing spectacles and medicines including stationaries and books etc to them.