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Darrang Police reach out to help teachers of non-provincialized schools

Darrang Police reach out to help teachers of non-provincialized schools

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  1 May 2020 6:12 AM GMT

Our Correspondent

MANGALDAI: Darrang Police has extended a helping hand to the often neglected teachers of non-provincialized schools of the district. As per the instruction of the Superintendent of Police Amrit Bhuyan, Additional Superintendent of Police (HQ) Ujjwal Pratim Barua, Deputy Superintendent of Police (HQ) Mamani Hazarika, assisted by Officer in-charge of Mangaldai Police Station Inspector, Niranjan Barua, Women Sub Inspector Twinkle Goswami and Sub Inspector (Cyber Cell) Krishna Kanta Laskar, started offering packets of essential food commodities containing rice, dal, potato, mustard oil, salt and biscuits to the teachers.

Till date, Darrang Police have offered the packets of food to a total number of 75 teachers of non-provincialized schools. Superintendent of Police Amrit Bhuyan on Thursday visited Outala Girls’ High School under Mangaldai Police Station area and extended help to 10 teachers. On seeing the dilapidated condition of the school building, he assured to repair it within soon.

“The teachers of non-provincialized schools have been facing tremendous hardship even in normal days. They are now facing severe crisis during the lockdown period. Darrang Police will always stand beside the fellow countrymen, including the teachers, and this initiative with help from a section of open-hearted citizens will continue,” said the SP while talking to The Sentinel on Thursday afternoon at Outala Girls’ High School.

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