Wednesday, December 29, 2004

RSS swayamsevaks running relief camps

RSS swayamsevaks running relief camps; a team of 14 doctors, 20
truckloads of relief materials sent from Karnataka to Tamil Nadu

New Delhi, Dec. 29 (PTI): The RSS has sought reports from its units in
the southern States where tsunami had killed thousands of people and
hit the lives of fishermen, so that it could further streamline the
ongoing relief activities being carried on by its swayam sevaks.

"We have asked for reports from the all the affected States including
our unit in Andaman and Nicobar so that we can further streamline our
relief and rehabilitation measures in these areas," RSS spokesman Ram
Madhav, told reporters here today.

"As it is difficult for one organisation to handle the entire relief
operations, the Sangh, therefore, decided to carry out relief
activities in the affected areas. We are also taking steps to provide
assistance to the fishermen who have lost their boats and thus, the
very source of their livelihood," he said.

The RSS plans to make Chennai its headquarters and from there extend
help to all the affected persons, including those in Andaman and
Nicobar islands, he said.

Madhav said 20 truckloads of relief material has been sent from
Karnataka to Tamil Nadu as also a team of 14 doctors while in Andhra
Pradesh and Kerala, swayam sevaks were running relief camps. He
appealed to the people to contribute towards the relief fund launched
by Seva Bharathi Tamil Nadu.


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