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M.G. University NSS Cell donating a sum of Rs. 50,000 to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for the flood affected people of Assam. Image credit - Northeast Now

An NSS team from M.G. University, Kerala in collaboration with Gauhati University NSS team provided relief materials to the flood victims of Japia village in Assam’s Hajo revenue circle.

The joint NSS team provided food materials, sanitary napkins, soaps, candles and other useful items weighing almost 400 kg.

Representing Mahatma Gandhi University NSS team, Jobin George expressed solidarity with the flood affected people.

He hoped that the relief materials sent by the people of Kerala would help in easing the difficulties faced by the flood affected people.

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Distribution of flood relief materials at Japia area in Hajo by M.G. University, Kerala and Gauhati University NSS Cell volunteers. Image credit – Northeast Now
Distribution of flood relief materials at Japia area in Hajo by M.G. University, Kerala and Gauhati University NSS Cell volunteers. Image credit – Northeast Now

George also informed that the M.G. University NSS Cell has also donated a sum of Rs. 50,000 to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for the flood affected people of Assam.

Dr. Ranjan Kr. Kakati, Director, Students’ Welfare, GU & Programme Coordinator, GU NSS Cell led the joint team.

Dr. Kakati spoke to the flood affected people and said the M.G. University NSS team has come to help the flood affected people of Assam with lots of love.

He said national unity, solidarity and selfless service are the main motto of NSS and thanked the NSS team from Kerala for showing solidarity and standing with the people of Assam in its hour of need.

Besides, an interactive session was also held between the NSS team from Kerala and GU Campus NSS Unit at GU Campus on Assamese and Malayalam culture.

NSS volunteers from GU performed Bihu dance and NSS volunteers from Mahatma Gandhi University performed their traditional songs, said a press communiqué.

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