Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, June 27: A delegation of Jharkhand Sikh Vikas Manch (JSVM) led by the organization’s President Gurdeep Singh Pappu, submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner and SSP seeking permission to perform the last rites of unclaimed bodies.
Gurdeep Singh Pappu said that JSVM was a social organization always ready to help people in need. “We provide financial and other help to economically poor people like marriage of their daughters and education of their children. On several occasions we have organized funeral rites of unidentified dead bodies on police station level request. We have been fulfilling our social commitments through two decades,” Pappu said.
The memorandum to the East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner and SSP mentioned that if the permission to perform the funeral rites of unclaimed bodies was granted, JSVM was ready to take on the social and moral responsibility.
JSVM has been up-front in helping needy families by providing financial support towards marriage of their daughters, children’s education including meeting of costs for school uniforms, payment of school and college fees and a host of other social responsibilities. JSVM members informed that plans were afoot to organize free medical camps in the near future. The JSVM delegation led by the organization’s President Gurdeep Singh Pappu included Sukhwinder Singh Raju, Daljit Singh, Jasbir Singh Soni, Inderpal Singh, Sudhir Singh and Sunil Kumar.