From a Correspondent
Gohpur, July 16: Various organizations and NGOs have been visiting the flood-affected areas under Gohpur subdivision for providing relief materials to the affected people.
Recently, Sonitpur AASU, Tezpur regional AASU, Gohpur subdivisional AASU, All Gauhati AASU unit (AGSU), Gauhati University Postgraduate Students’ Union (PGSU), Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chantra Parishad (AJYCP) Biswanath district committee, Gohpur AJYCP, Pachim Chaiduar AJYCP, Madhya Chaiduar AJYCP, Jinjia AJYCP, All Assam Gorkha Students’ union (AAGSU) Biswanath district committee, Rajgarh AAGSU, Facebook Friends’ Club, All Assam Scheduled Caste Students’ Union (AASCSU) Gohpur subdivisional committee and various organizations visited Gohpur.
AASU Sonitpur district committee, Tezpur regional AASU in collaboration with Gohpur subdivisional AASU, provided relief items to the flood-affected people. The AASU members distributed medicines and food items among the flood victims at Bakari Doloni, one of the most flood-affected areas under Gohpur subdivision. Abhijit Nath and Nitul Borah, the president and general secretary of Sonitpur district AASU along with Dhrubajyoti Borah, general secretary of Gohpur subdivisional AASU, along with other members of the organization took part.
On Sunday, Guwahati AASU unit (AGSU) visited Tinikunia of Daflagarh under Gohpur subdivision. The members distributed medicines and food items among the people. About hundred families got relief items. On Saturday, AJYCP Biswanath district committee, in collaboration with All Assam Gorkha Students’ Union (AGSU) Biswanath district committee, visited Bakori Doloni and Kukurjan of Gohpur subdivision for providing medicines and relief items. Before visiting the flood affected areas, AJYCP and AAGSU discussed about various problems of Gohpur, including the flood problem.
Gauhati University Postgraduate Students’ Union (PGSU), also visited the flood-affected area Kolmoguri to inspect the flood problem. PGSU members distributed flood relief and medicines. PGSU urged the government and authorities concerned to take necessary steps regarding flood relief.
All Assam Scheduled Caste Students’ Union (AASCSU) visited Thute Sapori and Gopal Jaroni under Gohpur subdivision on Saturday. They also distributed medicines and food items among the flood-affected people. A veterinary camp and medical camp were held by AASCSU in collaboration with Gohpur civil administration and health department.