Jamshedpur: City-based social outfit Naman has added another feather in its cap. On Tuesday it completed 50 days of serving food to the needy during ongoing lockdown.
The organisation led by Amarpreet Singh Kale has been serving food ever since the beginning of first phase of lockdown. The plan is to serve the food till the lockdown is over. The team with focus on hygiene and social distancing has been reaching to people to meet hunger pangs.
“ Our journey so far has been very challenging for us. We have to follow norms of lockdown and social distancing and yet reach to people in need of food. We have completed the task successfully. I would like to thank each and every member of Naman, who has been very cooperative during initiative,” said Kale. He went on to add that the drive will continue till the lockdown is over.
Naman is serving food to the slum settlements, homeless and needy poor families in the lock down, and meal is distributed among them. The team is maintaining social distance and food is being served in different areas of Jamshedpur. Every day the food is changed and is distributed among needy.
“ Due to the lockdown, several families are facing financial problems, there is a crisis of livelihood, no one can sleep hungry and this thought and resolve helped them start this drive. The drive has covered areas like Birsnagar Zone No. 2,3,5,8, Nagadungri, Turiyabeda (Mango), Kalyan Nagar, Lal Bhatta, (Bhuyiandih), Belagadha Basti, Bagan Area (Kashidih), Devnagar (Baradwari),” noted an official.
Members of Naman Akhilesh Pandey, Jugun Pandey, Prince Singh, Abhishek Pandey, Ghanshyam, Bibhash, Suman, Arun Karmakar, Sandhya Rani Mahato, Abha Verma, Pintu Saw, Kola Mukhi, Ashok Das, Mohan Das, Sonu Singh , Shubham Lala, Narayan Mahananda, Suraj, Sagar, Vivek Kamat, Martin, Bhagwat Mukherjee, Shashi Mukhi, are playing key role.