Gramin Vikash Bank dotes Rs 1 lakh for storm victims
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
SILCHAR, May 13: Sarif-Uz-Zaman Laskar, director, Assam Gramin Vikash Bank, has doted a sum of Rs 1 lakh towards the Deputy Commissioner Relief Fund for the persons who have been badly affected by the series of severe storms and hailstorms that lashed Barak Valley in the month of April. The amount has been provided by the bank so that immediate relief can be given to those who have been deprived of their basic needs and necessities during the last one month. He handed over the cheque to S. Viswathan, Deputy Commissioner of Cachar and also the chairman of District Disaster Magement Authority, at the office of the Deputy Commissioner, here, today.
Sarif-Uz-Zaman Laskar was accompanied by the regiol mager and Juhi Paul, assistant mager, Assam Gramin Vikash Bank. “It is a very small amount, but I hope it will help those homeless people in gaining a foothold. Assam Gramin Vikash Bank has been serving people by providing all kinds of services. We are satisfied that we could able to stand by the victims’ side at this moment of crisis,” said Sarif-Uz-Zaman Laskar. He said that the bank has a social responsibility towards the social and economic development of people.
The bank helps the needy so that everyone can live in prosperity. “I thank the regiol mager of our bank for helping us in this noble pursuit and also pray to almighty that those homeless, deprived people starts leading their normal life once again,” added Laskar. The devastating cyclones and hailstorms have turned many people homeless and damages have been very severe. In such a situation, help from any corner means a lot for them. Assam Gramin Vikash Bank was formally launched on January 12, 2006 and since then it has been providing helping people during their bad times.