Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Sept 26: The Sanatan Utsav Samiti organized a meeting and introductory programme in Bistupur where volunteers of the organization were honoured with mementos and towels as tokens in appreciation for their inspiring work during the COVID pandemic. Sanatan Utsav Samiti (SUS) founder Chintu Singh gave a broad outline of the purpose of formation of the organization that he said had been formed during the pandemic period to help people in distress. “As such, we could not organize any formal meeting to launch Sanatan Utsav Samiti. Instead, our members set about reaching out help to the distressed people in and around the city both, during the COVID-19 sweep and the flood when river waters inundated several colonies. We took this opportunity to serve twin purposes; that of honouring members who devoted their time at maximum risk to themselves to help their brethren and also a platform whereby members could get to know each other,” said Chintu.
The SUS was committed to serving society irrespective of social, caste and creed barriers. “Our purpose was to give pep to the spirit of service among the youth,” the founder added.
Others present on the occasion included Hindu Peeth president Arun Singh, Shambhu Jaiswal of Udyog Bharati, social worker Kapil Hui, Veer Singh of Sanatan Utsav Samiti, Ankesh, Dr Raju Ojha, Birendra Kumar, Rahul Durge, Kuldeep Singh, Santosh Singh, Abhay Singh, Alok Munna , Manoj Bhagat, Nitish Kumar, Pankaj Samaddar, Kundan Singh, Ankit Dubey, Chunmun Kumar, Manish Prasad, Sanu Singh, Sunny Singh, Nikesh Singh, Taklu Lohar, Sanjay Sona, Tapas Dutta, Deepak Vasisht, Manpreet Singh, Aman Singh, Shubham Ojha, Rohit Singh, Saurabh Ram, Sanjay Kumar, Vikash Samant, Manish Singh and Shubham Jha.