Politicians demanded, two NGOs actually distributed relief in Dalgate

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Srinagar, While politicians made lengthy statements listing demands over the “dignified rehabilitation” of nearly 66 homeless households of Buchwara, two NGOs made exceptions: Athrout and Burn Hall school run Catholic Social Service Society (CSSS). Without sending their statements to the media, the two groups distributed essential commodities among the victim families.

Bashir Ahmad Nadwi, chairman Athrout, informed KNS that they distributed relief of packed essential food items, with utensils and sleeping mattress which the victim families need this time. He offered not many details.

Burn Hall School also distributed essential commodities including blankets, warm cloths, bags of rice and pulses, cooking oil and other daily use items among these fire victims. School Principal, Rev Fr Sebastian Negathungal told reporters that the some of the workers working for the CSSS have also lost their home in the conflagration encouraging them to provide some relief to the affected families here.

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