Amid the lockdown going in the country, there are two pictures which are emerging on the national front. While one picture is of people suffering from Corona and the frontline workers struggling hard to control the growth of pandemic, the other story is of different sections of the society coming forward to help the needy.
With the outbreak of the pandemic, a serious threat erupted for the marginalised section of the society, who were more or less dependent on the daily income sources. With the lockdown implementation, this source of income vanished. The day they think that the lockdown is about to end and so are their hardships, the lockdown gets extended. With such hardships, these people are struggling hard for their survival, forget about getting enough for their bread and butter.
But humanity survives. People are coming forward to give a helping hand to these needy. A recent story comes out from Araria, where legal fraternity has extended their help to the most deprived and marginalised section of the society amid lockdown 3.0 by distributing them with grains and other edibles.
The food distribution programme was carried out by Sh. Dhirendra Kumar, DLSA Secretary,
Sh. Shailendra Kumar, JM & Executive Member AILIA and Sh. Vishal Sinha, JM.
The programme was conceptualised by the Executive Committee of Association of ILI Alumni,New Delhi. The Members of the Executive Committee, under the guidance of the Sh. Anuragdeep, Associate Professor, The Indian Law Institute deliberated through the video conferencing which was actively participated by it’s members, namely- Vishal Indurakhiya, RC Meena, Adv. Radhika, Shailendra Kumar Nirmal, Sh. Shailendra Kumar- JM, Surabhi Pandey, Mini Srivastava etc. and it was concluded that the alumni association ought to extend it’s helping hand to the society in this difficult time.
The resolution was wholeheartedly accepted by the members of alumni association and
contributed to their best, out of which a pool of funds was created and further utilised for the different purposes, keeping in view the need among the prevalent pandemic.
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