Punjab Kesari sends 452nd truck of relief materials to J&K migrants
The benevolent work of Punjab Kesari Group (Jalandhar) continues as the newspaper group has recently flagged off the 452 truck of relief materials for the civilians who are now seeking shelters in the J&K borders after they fled homes in the wake of invocative activities upon them by terrorists and Pakistani army troops. The trucks of relief materials have been flagging off for the needy civilians in regular intervals, distributing the household essentials and migrants now residing in makeshifts.
So far, the newspaper group has sent 452 trucks of relief materials to the needy civilians. The latest (452nd) truck has been sent to the migrants in the border areas of Ramgarh near Nanda village and Vijaypur in Samba District in J&K. Organised by Shri Gyan Sthal Mandir Sabha and Lala Jagat Narain Nishkam Society (Ludhiana), the flagging off of the 452nd truck was taken place in presence of Punjab Kesari Group editor-in-chief Vijay Kumar Chopra along with other dignitaries including Jagdish Bajaj, Bittu Gumbar, Ramesh Gumbar, Hardial Singh Aman, Roshan Lal Sharma, Sham Lal Kapur, Ramesh Handa, Varinder Sharma, Iqbal Singh Aneja, Harinder Singh and JB Singh Chaudhary. Shri Gyan Sthal Mandir Sabha has so far sent 54 trucks of relief materials to the migrant civilians.
At the yet another flagging off event, the newspaper group sent the 449th truck of relief materials to migrants now dwelling in Suchetgarh border near Rangpur and Maulanar Village in RS Pura Sector in Jammu. It was organised by M/s Oswal Shawl Emporium (Ludhiana) and those present at the flagging off event included Vijay Kumar Chopra, CMD & editor-in-chief, Punjab Kesari Group (Jalandhar), Satish, Kavita Jain, Rajan Chopra, Ashdeep Singh, Varinder Sharma, Iqbal Singh Ameja, Hardial Singh and JB Singh Chaudhary.