Kundapur tahsildar, sub divisional officer inaugurate food supplies to migrants

Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, Apr 2: People are devastated by the corona scare. Kundapur taluk administration which saw thousands of migrant workers who are neither able to stay nor return to their villages has decided to help them with the cooperation of the department of revenue and the donors in the village.

They have come forward to provide food and necessary items to nearly 1,450 people from 109 families. Kundapur sub divisional officer K Raju and tahsildar jointly inaugurated the distribution of the supplies of essential items on directions from the deputy commissioner at Mini Vidhana Saudha today.

The supplies will also be distributed to 60 families in two hostels near Kundapur Nehru maidan and 127 families at Kalavara Varadaraja Shetty college near Koteshwar. 15 steel workers are subject to lockdown at Kundapur. They will be provided shelter and food by the tahsildar on directions from the deputy commissioner as suggested by the governor of Orissa.

The supplies consist of rice, pulses, sugar, cooking oil, sambar powder, chilli powder, bath soap and detergent soap, toothpaste, brush and towel that are sufficient for a week. T Ramesh Nayak Thekkatte, Sathish Kini Belve, Giliar Kushal Hegde Charitable Trust Kundapur, K Dinesh Ameen, K T Ganesh Ameen, Dheeraj Hejmady, Hanif Gulvady provided the necessary items. K Raju said that more such donations are expected.



Title : Kundapur tahsildar, sub divisional officer inaugurate food supplies to migrants


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