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Daijiworld Media Network— Mumbai (CN)
Mumbai, Aug 28: The governor of Maharashtra S C Jamir today described the Red Cross Society as 'the tallest among all humanitarian institutions across the world' for its invaluable services to society.
Jamir said that members of the Red Cross rush to provide medical relief to people even in the midst of war and also during natural or manmade calamities. He said that it should be the endeavour of every state branch, district, and sub-district units of the Indian Red Cross Society to live up to the image of the organization by rendering dedicated service to society.
Governor S C Jamir presenting the Raja Maharaja Singh trophy for excellent humanitarian work to the Pune branch of the Indian Red Cross Society at the Society's annual general meeting held at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai, on Wednesday, August 27.
Governor S C Jamir presents the Dr N C Puri trophy for excellent humanitarian work to the Bhandara Branch of the Indian Red Cross Society at the Society's annual general meeting held at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai on Wednesday, August 27
The governor was addressing the annual general meeting of Maharashtra state branch of the Indian Red Cross Society at Raj Bhavan, in the metro this morning. The governor is the ex-officio president of the Maharashtra state branch. Jamir asked the Maharashtra Red Cross to function as a dynamic institution and to further increase its humanitarian activities in the state.
The governor presented special trophies and certificates to the Pune and Bhandara district branches and four other sub-branches for outstanding humanitarian work. Chairman of the Maharashtra Branch of the Red Cross Society K M Gherda, honorary secretaries C J Batliwalla and Homai Modi, and office-bearers of various branches of the Maharasthra Red Cross Society were present on the occasion.