Induru Yuvatha provides essentials to Covid hit families in Nizamabad

Maddukuri Sai Babu, Induru Yuvatha founder said till now they had served the needy in nearly 25 villages across various mandals in the district and several areas in Nizamabad city.

By   |  Published: 5th May 2021  12:11 am
The youngsters have come together to distribute essential commodities

Nizamabad: Members of the Induru Yuvatha voluntary organisation have come forward to do their bit to help families affected by Covid and those who have lost their loved ones to the dreaded virus.

The youngsters have come together to distribute essential commodities to last for a month to the affected families across various villages in Nizamabad district.

The members distributed essential commodities at villages in Dharpally, Dichpally, Indalwai, Balkonda, Armoor mandals, and Nizamabad city. The teams leave the bags containing the essential commodities outside the doors, interact with the people on their problems and return.

Seeing their service-minded approach, many other were approaching them through their village youth organisations and phone calls, seeking help. Maddukuri Sai Babu, Induru Yuvatha founder said till now they had served the needy in nearly 25 villages across various mandals in the district and several areas in Nizamabad city.

He said they were distributing a 25 kg rice bag, two types of pulses, one edible oil packet, 1kg sugar and tea powder packet, masks and sanitizers, and other required commodities to each family. Till now they had distributed groceries to 68 families and plan to do so to another 20 families on Friday.


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