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Jamshedpur, Aug 20: Social organization Samadhaan today distributed slippers and food items in Khadiakocha village near Jadugoda. Khadiakocha is a village of 22 Sabar tribe families with 85 a total of 85 members. Samadhaan had adopted Khadiakocha village two years earlier and has been incessantly working towards ensuring basic amenities to the villagers. The organization is endeavoring to bring the Sabars of its adopted village to the mainstream. All villagers, from children to the elderly people were presented a pair of slippers each and each family was provided 50 kilograms of rice, potatoes, onions and mustard oil. The slippers were provided to protect the feet of the denizens while treading over rocky terrain and difficult paths.
A CRPF officer who was witness to the good work of Samadhaan Samaritans could not restrain himself and lent a helping hand in the slippers and food stock distribution. He said that what Samadhaan was doing was actually a rare contribution to the protection and development of Sabars whose tribe was on the borders of extinction. The organization’s keenness to lead this tribe into the mainstream is more than commendable. The officer later provided cold water to the team members.
The Samadhaan team included its executive president Bina Khirwal, treasurer Kuljit Sadana, Amita Mahendru, Sunita Sachdev, Kamlesh Vibhar and Anita Vibhar.