Jamshedpur, August 22: On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, city’s leading social organisation, Naman, donated an ambulance to the residents of Jamshedpur. On the occasion, Harivallabh said that through Naman, Amarpreet Singh Kale is continuously working with the spirit to serve the nation and public service. He is making a commendable contribution in helping the needy by any means. The founder Amarpreet Singh Kale said that such works are being done with public cooperation and blessings for healthcare. Rakeshwar Pandey said that the ambulance service is for the public interest, commendable senior journalist Brij Bhushan Singh said that the health service will reach the needy people in a better way through the ambulance.
The programme was conducted by Dhanurdhar Tripathi and the vote of thanks was proposed by Jugun Pandey. On the occasion, Raghavendra Sharma, Vipin Shukla, PN Pandey, Varun Kumar, Rajiv Kumar, Raju Marwah, Sandeep Singh Pappu, Upendra Kumar, Mahesh Mishra, Amar Singh, Deepak Singh, Suman Kumar, Dhiraj Chaudhary, Sandeep Kumar, Deepak, Subham Lal, Sarabjit Singh Toby, Vikas Gupta, Suraj Choubey, Raj Singh, Mannu Dhoke, Amit Pathak, Neeraj Dubey, Sanjay Mukhi, Manoj Mukhi, Rahul Pal, Bhola Das, Sagar, Subhash, Rakesh, Prasanjit, Karthik Jumani, Ranjit Soni, Akash, Manish Prasad, Anuj Mishra and others were mainly present.