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    Manav Utthan Seva Samiti pledges Rs. 21 lakhs for India’s battle against Coronavirus

    Published on May 24, 2020

    New Delhi: As the country grapples with increasing number of coronavirus cases the Manav Utthan Seva Samiti, the non-profit social welfare and charitable organization founded by hon’ble cabinet minister of Uttarakhand, Shri Satpal Ji Maharaj, today extended its support to the central government by contributing a sum of Rs. 21 lakhs to PM Care Fund. In addition to the above contribution, the samiti has also given the grant of Rs. 5 lakhs to Uttarakhand Char Dhaam Devasthan Board.

    Speaking on the occasion Shri Satpal Ji Maharaj said “These are extremely challenging times as the world battles the biggest healthcare crisis of the modern era in the form of COVID-19 epidemic. We stand committed to collectively support the efforts of the central government, under the leadership of the Hon’ble Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi to mitigate the impact of this crisis.”

     

    In addition to the above contributions, Manav Utthan Seva Samiti through its network of ashrams and its volunteer division (Manav Sewa Dal) is reaching out to the under privileged people to provide them with ration kits and other necessary items.

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