Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Sept 28: Social organization, Subhash Yuva Manch (SYM) that is committed to alleviation of hunger among the poor launched on its 300th mission of ‘Anand Bhoj’ on Tuesday as 3,500 poor, needy, homeless and wayfarers were treated to packed, nutritious and delicious food. The SYM team lead by its president and member of State Supervision Board, Paras Nath Mishra distributed food packets near Tatanagar Railway Station, Jugsalai Station Road, Baldev Basti, Sanjay Nagar, Ram Mandir area, Kadma Rankini Mandir, Kali Bari, near temples and mosques in Sakchi and Mango. The 300th Anand Bhoj event was dedicated to the Martyr Bhagat Singh. Paras Nath Mishra observed on the occasion, “Like all our earlier missions, the 300th venture is Subhash Yuva Manch’s humble effort to lessen the hunger pangs of the less fortunate people. Today’s programme is dedicated to immortal Shahid Bhagat Singh on his birth anniversary as our tribute to the legend who dreamt of a free and self sufficient India. Our Anand Bhoj programme will continue.”
Incidentally, Anand Bhoj, the concept of distributing packets containing wholesome and delicious food to poor and needy people, was launched in 2018 and along with Tuesday’s 300th episode in which 3,500 packets were distributed SYM has so far provided food to 2.15 lakh people.
Paras Nath Mishra said, “Anand Bhoj is a war against hunger and our aim is to provide food with all respect and humility to the needy.”
The dedicated team of SYM volunteers who undertook the 300th Anand Bhoj endeavor included Vishal Kumar, Abhishek Kumar, Usha Sonkar, Rajeshwar Sharma, Raghavendra Vats, Samsher Alam, Roshan Kumar, Ankit Kumar, Abhishek Tiwari, Ajay Saxena, Haya Praveen, Anjali Kumari, Santosh Thakur, Harshit Kumar, Subroto Bhattacharya and Nilesh Kumar.