KWT PROVIDES RELIEF TO FRISLAN FIRE VICTIMS
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 7: In a bid to extend their support to the affected families of Frislan Pahalgam, Kashmir Welfare Trust (KWT) Srinagar Friday distributed relief package among the fire victims.
Farooq Shah, District Development Commissioner, Islamabad (Anantnag) on behalf of Welfare Trust distributed blankets and food items among the victims.
Pertinently nearly 50 houses of the village were gutted in the devastating fire last week. The families have been left with nothing as all their belongings were reduced to rubble.
“They are our brother and sisters, and we would provide them all the possible help we can and with the help of district administration we would collectively make efforts to help these fire victims. We decided to help them just to empathize with the victims,” said Manzoor Wangoo, Chairman Kashmir Welfare Trust
Kanwal Group and Kyber group had provided spices and blankets respectively for the fire victims in order to empathize with them.
Welfare trust also announced that they would construct community hall and Darsgah for the victims of the area
Meanwhile locals urged state government to provide them shelters and other facilities.
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