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Financial support for Darrang DC's public welfare programmes extended

From our Correspondent
MANGALDAI, March 8: In an encouraging initiative towards the different public benevolent programmes undertaken by Darrang Deputy Commissioner Ashok Kr Barman with voluntary logistic support from different organizations and individuals, India Club of Guwahati, a pioneer social organization of the State, donated an amount of Rs 2 lakh to this benevolent fund.
 Being impressed with various public welfare programmes initiated by Deputy Commissioner Barman, including mass plantation drive called Green Darrang, rehabilitation of widows involved in illegal sale of illicit country liquor, and revival of sick projects of livestock production for rural livelihood, the fund was donated by leading non-government organizations to carry forward his mission in the near future.
 President and secretary of India Club, Sankar Dutta Lahkar and Anupam Choudhury  respectively, accompanied by Kalyan Sahu and Binod Das on Thursday, met the Deputy Commissioner at his office chamber and handed over the cheque and also greeted him with a gamosa and a memento for his people-friendly innovative action. Deputy Commissioner in response expressed gratitude for the generosity shown by the social organization.