During the time of pandemic COVID-19 relief food material has been delivered to the people of the most affected rural-urban slum areas and also among the migrant workers through organisation like Muheem and Lok Samiti in Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) India. This relief work was started in 30 March 2020 and was continued till 31 May 2020. In the different phase of this relief work poor and needy families of weavers, daily wagers, landless farmers, pregnant women, specially abled and migrant workers has been benefited. Most of these beneficiary were from marginalized community (Like – Mushahar, Rajbhar, Nut, Harijan and Muslim).
The whole world is battling the pandemic of Covid-19. But for a developing country with a large population like India, it has become another problem. Because even today, more than half of the people here are able to feed themselves through daily wages, small shops and labour works. Organisations like Muheem and Lok Samiti has initiated to provide relief food kit in most affected rural areas in Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh). And we have helped 3100 families and 9200 migrant worker in this relief work.
Even today, more than half of the people here are able to feed themselves through daily wages, small shops and labour works. Organisation like Muheem, Lok Samiti, Asha and Chances 4 children India are collectively making an effort to provide ration kit to daily wagers, workers and poor family in rural and slum areas of Banaras. And now lockdown in India has extended till 17 May 2020 and we will keep our fighting against Covid-19 because this is the name of Living (Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai).
Unity in diversity is the identity of our Indian civilization, in such a situation we should help every needy person without any discrimination in this pandemic. Therefore, in our relief work, from the first day of Ramadan, special relief material delivered to the families of poor and needy Muslim families.
We have distributed 15 Relief Food Kit in village Mehandiganj Muslim Basti and 22 Relief Food Kit in Harsos Muslim Basti. Total distribution was 37 families.