Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Sambhu Murthy – A youth and frontline worker, contribution for a better society

 Sambhu Murthy donates Blood

Half month salary contributed to LG's Relief Fund 

Team of Yuva Bharat Samaj Seva Charitable Trust

Port Blair, May 06: During the pandemic of COVID19, many social workers were rendered their service towards poor and needy people in Andaman Islands. But a youth, apart from working as frontline worker in A&N Police, he along with his local team have helped about 100 families in city.
A youth of Junglighat, Fisheries Colony, Shri Sambhu Murthy, Police Constable-2794 is always stands in frontline to help the needy people. Since many years he is also being organized various competitions for young children of his colony and support them in all fields. He and his team also help patients, who are in need of blood and he saves life during emergencies from past many years. He alone has donated blood a 35 times. In addition, he also gives donation to ‘Save the Children’ on monthly basis and to ‘Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund’ always. Within the A&N Police Department too, received a class-II commendation certificate, recognising his excellent work in imparting Un-Armed Combat & Self Defence classes for girl students in GSSS Hut Bay.
With Mr. Sambhu’s support, some young members of the Fisheries Colony have also formed an NGO namely ‘Yuva Bharat Samaj Seva Charitable Trust’, and implemented national scheme Swatch Bharat Abhiyan at Dairy Farm, Junglighat and Hut Bay. Recently, during the COVID-19, apart from his regular frontline duty, he along with his team of ‘Yuva Bharat Samaj Seva Charitable Trust’ have distributed essential items to approx 100 needy families at Dairy Farm, Junglighat, Aberdeen Bazaar and various corners in city, and moreover his half month salary i.e. Rs.21,835/- contributed to LG’s Relief Fund on April 30, 2020. 

Preparing essential items packets for free distribution to needies during COVID-19

Essential items packets preparing for free distribution during COVID-19


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