Expressing solidarity to the displaced people who are victims of the ethnic crisis and on humanitarian ground, distribution of relief materials by civil bodies and philanthropist to various relief camps were vastly witnessed across the state daily.
In one such distribution, the Masaikon Charitable Trust and the All Manipur Thanga Peoples' Welfare Association (AMTPWA) had distributed medical items, water tanks and other relief items including monetary aid to the 14 relief camps opened acrossed Thanga AC through local MLA T Robindro.
The items were handed over to the MLA as a minimal support to the MLA in facilitating those displaced people staying in different camps, said advisor of AMTPWA Salam Mangi while speaking to the media.
He also called on the other volunteer organisation to come forward and contribute their best to ensure that the displaced brothers and sisters are well facilitated.
The MLA also extended gratitude to the two organisations for their concern towards the displaced people.
According to report, as many as above 2,000 individuals are camping at the 14 relief centres opened across Thanga assembly consituency. All of them are those who were evacuated from Churachandpur district.
Meanwhile, the Young Star Sporting Union (YSSU), Keikhu Muslim, extended essential items to the stranded people in the relief camps of Keikhu and others in the state on Wednesday.
In a press release signed by MD Abdul Helim, general secretary YSSU said that the union will try to extend more support and basic needs to the starnded people in the relief camps.
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