April 20, 2020
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Published By Bureau Reporter
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Representatives of Zigar Monastery hands over cheques and appreciation letter to the Indian Authority.

Mandi: Zigar Drukpa Kargyud Institue and Holy caves of Guru Padmasambhava Charitable and Meditation Centre at Rewlsar, Mandi has pledged INR 5 Lakh to DC Mandi COVID-19 Relief Fund and Chief Minister’s COVID-19 Relief Fund to extend their support to relief the devastations caused by COVID-19 Pandemic in the country.

Representatives of Zigar Drukpa Kargyud Institute handed over Cheque of Rs 2,50,000 (two Lakh Fifty thousand) to DC Mandi COVID-19 Relief Fund and another Cheque of RS 2,50,00 (two Lakh fifty thousand) to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund on 18th April 2020 with the presence of Mandi Tibetan Settlement Officer(CTA) and other representatives from the monasteries. Along with Cheque, a Letter of profound gratitude and appreciation for India’s timely Initiatives to contain COVID-19 Pandemic is also presented.

Tibetan Women’s Association, Rewalsar, Mandi distributed ration supplies to the Tibetan and Indian destitute families. COVID-19 Pandemic has caused huge devastation across the globe. Especially in India, since nationwide lockdown in India, poor and daily wage earners are derived of daily basic needs.

Tibetan Women’s Association in Rewalsar, Mandi has been so active since from the beginning of the lockdown in rendering help to elderly and destitute families, both of Tibetans and Indians, by providing ration supplies and essential commodities such as sanitizer kits etc. till now TWA, Rewalsar has extended help to 61 destitute families in Rewalsar.

With help of Karma Tenzin, Ex LTA member’s initiative, donation of RS 17,000 was able to collect to help economically weak families of both Tibetans and Indians in Rewalsar. Distributed ration supplies to 21 Tibetans and 2 Indians in Rewalsar.

-Filed by TSO, Mandi

Tibetan Women’s Association, Rewalsar distribute food and ration supplies to Tibetans and Indians in Rewalsar.


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