Public representatives, officials & citizens contribute to CM relief fund
CM, wife and daughters also contribute their bit to relief fund
Various elected public representatives, employees associations and concerned citizens are contributing to the chief minister’s relief fund to boost efforts aimed at containment of COVID-19 in the state. Chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has decided to contribute his five months’ salary to the relief fund. His wife Sunita Rawat contributed a cheque for Rs one lakh to the fund while their daughters Kriti Rawat and Srija contributed Rs 50,000 and Rs 2,000 respectively to the fund. Similarly, the Indian Academy senior secondary school has contributed Rs two lakh, the Health director general Dr Amita Upreti and her husband Dr Lalit Mohan Upreti have contributed Rs 50,000 each to the relief fund. The CM’s OSD, JC Khulbe has contributed Rs 5,000, the CM’s senior principal private secretary KK Madan has contributed Rs 11,000 while the CM’s senior private secretary Hemchandra Bhatt has contributed Rs 5,100 to the relief fund. The BJP state vice president Anil Goyal has contributed Rs one lakh while Vipin Rawat has contributed Rs one lakh. Concerned citizens Deepak NEgi and Veer Singh Negi have contributed Rs 51,000 and Rs 10001 respectively to the fund.
Among the government departments, the officers and employees of the Information and Public Relations department have decided to contribute their one day’s salary to the CM relief fund. Similarly, the employees of the Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited (UPCL) will donate their one day’s salary.
In Haridwar district, the members of the Uttarakhand Rajasva Sangrah Amin Sangh (URSAS) and Uttarakhand Lekhpal Sangh (ULS) have decided to contribute their one day’s salary to the CM relief fund.
It is pertinent to mention here that some religious and social organizations have also contributed to the CM relief fund. Apart from these, various voluntary organizations have been assisting in efforts to aid the destitute and needy apart from taking other measures to aid the government machinery in tackling the situation resulting from the spread of COVID-19.
Wednesday, 01 April 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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