May 20, 2020
   Posted in covid-19, Flash Mobile, News Flash and Tagged ,
Published By Bureau Reporter
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Dharamshala: As per the directives issued by Kashag as early as on 3 April, the Home Department had directed all settlement officers to assist Tibetans in distress especially the elders, infirm and those in the destitute list.

Accordingly, food relief packages were distributed to 3184 destitute Tibetans and over 50-lakh emergency support fund was announced for the distressed in India, Nepal and Bhutan.

Moreover, the Home Department has further ramped up its efforts by distributing advance relief aid amounting to 1.6 crores rupees (16,341,218) for 1392 destitute elderlies and 662 destitute students in India, Nepal and Bhutan.

With the aim to ensure that they are financially secure and protected amidst the pandemic, the Home department has dispensed the advance relief for the destitute elders and students who will continue to receive the additional stipends for three, four and six-month periods. Click here to view the detailed stipend distribution.

A total of INR 12,006,567 is distributed as Advance Relief Sponsorship for 1392 destitute elders for the period of six months:

A total of INR 4,334,651 is distributed as Advance relief sponsorship for 662 destitute students for the period of six months:

Details of Advance Relief Sponsorship Stipend released to 1392 destitute elderlies in 45 Tibetan Settlements in India, Nepal & Bhutan:

 

Details of Advance Relief Sponsorship Stipend of INR 43 lakhs dispensed to 662 destitute Tibetan students in India:

-Filed by Department of Home


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