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Covid-19: Shopian youth distributes food items, medicines to people in need

Covid-19: Shopian youth distributes food items, medicines to people in need

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 31 Mar 2020, 04:51 pm

Shopian/IBNS: In a positive move at a time when the country, including the Kashmir Valley, is witnessing a COVID-19 outbreak, a group of volunteers in South Kashmir’s Shopian district led by advocate Owais Khan distributed essential commodities to the people.

The group distributed food, medicines, among others to the 145 families in the region.

Khan said 700 volunteers are currently engaged in the act.

“We will deliver life-saving drugs for free to the poor,” Khan was quoted as saying by media.

Advising people of the Union territory to stay indoors and break the chain, some volunteers including Sajid Mushtaq, Owais Beigh, Umar Manzoor, Saleem Mir, and Amir Khan contributed in the drive to help needy people, reported Curtain Raiser News.


Image: Screenshot of Curtain Raiser News