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Don Bosco Past Pupils Help Distressed Migrants at Mangalagiri-Andhra Pradesh


By YERRAMANENI Baly
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Hyderabad, Apr. 30. The Past Pupils of Don Bosco Premnivas, batch of 1988-89 reached out to distressed migrants bringing COVID-19 relief. Food packets,rice, vegetables were provided for stranded migrants even as the lockdown continues.
The Past Pupils Unit of Premnivas at Yerrabalem in MAgalagiri moved into action to help reach the stranded  daily wage-earners with ration kits and food packets during lockdown by offering food to 150 poor people around Vijayawada; distributing rice and essential commodities to 11 migrant families at Yerrabalem; providing vegetables to 100 families at Golivarithota;  disbursing 30 kg Rice  to miigrants from Odisha at Navvulur and Golivarithota.

The sponsors for this COVID-19 Outreach were A. Chandu, B. Ravi Babu, Palla Srinivasa Rao, J. Poulu, K. Vijaya Kumar, V. Kesari kumari, K.Kalyani, Narsi Reddy and V. Anil kumar.

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