Governor gifts motorized tri-cycle JKHA
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 25: The Governor, NN Vohra, on Monday presented a motorized tri-cycle to the All J&K Handicapped Association (JKHA), at the Raj Bhavan in the City.
An official handout said during a recent meeting with a delegation of the JKHA, the Governor had announced to provide a “specially designed vehicle and a motorized tri-cycle to the Association for facilitating the mobility of the physically challenged.”
While handing over the motorized tri-cycle to the Association, the Governor said that RK Goyal, his Principal Secretary was in touch with certain companies for the early supply to the Association of a specially designed vehicle which would be especially suitable for meeting the requirements of the physically challenged.
The JKHA President, Srinagar, Sajad Anwar Masoodi, and its other office bearers, who were present on the occasion, expressed their gratitude to the Governor for taking interest to find solutions of their problems.
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