Haryana – Feeding the hungry
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra centers in Haryana cooked and packed food packets, and prepared ration packets. People in need received these donated items at various locations, where our volunteers are assisting the local administration and police with their village-to-village and door-to-door visits.
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra prepared ration packets that weighed 11 kg each and contained 5 kg atta, 1 kg daal, 3 kg rice, 1 kg salt, 100 gm turmeric, 100 gm chili, and 500 ml mustard oil. Our volunteers assisted the local administration to distribute these donated ration packs to people in need.
We cooked and packed 400 food packets (4 chapatis and veggies) daily. Our volunteers worked alongside the local administration, to distribute these food packets at the railway station, bus stands, and low-income neighborhood areas.
The Dainik Bhaskar and India News Calling online news sites reported that the food distribution occurred daily at Kalka’s SDM office since the first day of the Covid-19 lockdown.
I am very happy to place my appreciation on record of Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra (Regd.) Nawan Nagar, Haryana, a charitable and spiritual society for its social services inspired by Sant Baljit Singh Ji in relief operations during Covid-19. I have seen that the society believes in serving mankind.
Thousands of hygienically cooked food packets packed nicely, ration kits and medicines were provided, and the society helped the administration to distribute the same to the hungry and ailing persons regularly for more than two months.
It is again appealing to speak here that the society has always shown a sense of promptness and eagerness in response to our requirements to provide and distribute cooked food, and packets of parched gram, to the migrant workers while boarding the trains/buses from Kalka and Maraanwala for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar states.
SDM Kalka, Haryana
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra cooked, packed and distributed donated food packets (rice and daal) daily to people in need.
It gives me a feeling of happiness to say that Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra is the first society that voluntarily offered its assistance to the government authorities in their relief efforts and donated thousands of cooked food packets, ration material kits, and medical equipment to the hungry, ailing and needy people living in slum areas in jhuggis when there was a complete lockdown all over the country during COVID-19 pandemic.
SDM Kalka, Haryana
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra cooked, packed and distributed food packets (4 chapati and veggies) to migrant laborers returning to their homes.
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra cooked, packed, and distributed food packets (rice and daal) to people in need.
We appreciate your selfless service and expect your support in the future also.
SDM Samalkha, Haryana
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra cooked and packed food packets (rice and daal, or puri and veggies), and prepared ration packets. Each ration packet weighed 10 kg and contained 5 kg atta, 1 kg daal, 3 kg rice, 1 kg salt, 100 gm turmeric, and 100 gm chili. These items were distributed in collaboration with the local administration. Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra distributed another 1,800 ration kits in Panipat in early June 2020.
Mayor Avneet Kaur and Ex-Mayor Bhupinder Singh visited the Panipat center at Ujha Road and helped with the food preparation. The Mayor noted that Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra is maintaining food hygiene and practicing social distancing.
Your organization has set a milestone and a benchmark for others during the pandemic of Covid-19. On behalf of the entire district administration, I would like to express my deep gratitude to each and everyone of your team members.
Dalbir Singh, SDM Panipat, Haryana
When Mrs. Hema Sharma, DC Panipat, Haryana, visited the local center on April 27, 2020, she noted that Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra is following the social distancing rules and hygienic practices, and the organization’s participation in this noble cause, in collaboration with the district administration, gave motivation to the helpless people.