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The deputy commissioner of eastern Assam’s Sivasagar district, Dr M S Lakshmi Priya, recently distributed mats and sweaters among children of anganwadi kendras and primary schools.

The distribution programme was held at the Circuit House under ‘Project Morom’.

‘Project Morom’ is an initiative under the ambitious ‘Mission Soulful Sivasagar’ to help the needy with clothes and other basic essentials.

The deputy commissioner under integrated child development scheme, distributed 610 mats to the supervisors of the anganwadi kendras.

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These were distributed among 80 kendras in rural areas, 30 in urban, 80 in Amguri, 180 in Nazira, 160 in Demow and 80 in Gaurisagar.

Apart from these, 1727 sweaters were distributed for the needy children of the primary schools under four education blocks.

Among these include 497 of Amguri, 420 under Khelua, 300 under Nazira and 510 under Demow.

Notably, under the initiative and stewardship of the deputy commissioner, clothes and other materials are being distributed from time to time under ‘Project Morom’ of Soulful Sivasagar.

Under this project, notebooks, pencils, biscuit, socks, sweaters, mats and the likes are being distributed among needy children of anganwadi kendras and primary schools of the district.

Such noble initiative of the deputy commissioner has garnered much appreciation and accolades from the general people.

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