Sep 22, 2014
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Untiring services to the flood affected Jammu & Kashmir by Dera Sacha Sauda

Nature's fury at its worst shook the whole state and thousands left without food, water and shelter. The situation in J&K has worsened as more areas have become submerged in flood waters. Dera Sacha Sauda has endeavoured to return normalcy there and has rendered a healing touch to the victims. The relief operations is started in Kulgam District by the Dera volunteers and Shah Satnam Ji Green 'S' Welfare Force Wing. They have distributed the relief material in Kilam Gund, Chham Gun, and Adigotan. Noteworthy, this aid is being provided to the flood affected people since Sept. 22, 2014 by Dera Sacha Sauda with military cooperation. Colonel P.S. Jamwal, ADC Nisar Ahmad, and Police Superintendent Mumtaj Ahmad let this campaign to get started.

The campaign of relief material distribution was commenced simultaneously from these three areas. In Kilam Gund village, Dera Sacha Sauda's spokesperson Dr. Aditya Insan, 45 member Chandi Ram Insan and Satish Insan besides 9 R R Colonel P.S. Jamwal, ADC Kulgam (Nisar Ahmad) and Police superintendent Mumtaj Ahmad let this campaign started by saying the Holy Slogan (Dhan Dhan Satguru Tera Hi Asra).

Further to it, in Chham Gun, and Adigotan village relief and rescue operations were started by Devsar Tahasildar Bilar Ahmad, Tahasildar Sakit Husain, Police Station Officer Manjur Ahmad. Also, they expressed sincere thanks and regards to Revered Guruji and appreciated the zealous efforts of Dera volunteers. A sustained door to door campaign of aid distribution was carried out by this dedicated team. The team of doctors also rendered their services to the needy one and medicines were distributed. In Kilam Gund, people were queued up at the establishment relief camp to get the relief material. The victims were now having the rays of hope to survive. They were happy to see that the God has sent angels to assist them.

Before commencing the relief work, the members of Shah Satnam Ji Green 'S' Welfare Force Wing went to every home and had a meeting with the people at Shivpura, Batwara, and India Nagar (Srinagar), Kilam Gund (Kulgam), Chham Gun, Adigotan, Areh, Anantnag and many other affected areas.

Moreover, the team members had a meeting with the District DC Farukh Puri, Police Superintendent Mumtaj Ali and CRPF Commando Brijesh Partap Singh and narrated the complete detail about the welfare works being pursued by Dera Sacha Sauda. On listening to these wondrous humanitarian activities they conveyed their deep sense of gratitude to Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan. They also promised to cooperate them in every possible manner for this noble cause. Relief Commissioner Shailender Parsad, Divisional Commissioner Rohit Kansal, and many other officers from Sri Nagar said, "Dera Sacha Sauda has extended the helping hand with an extensive level. During this tight corner, we have not got any other such team and relief aid at par to this organization." During the relief material distribution camp, Devsar Police and local residents also helped along with Indian Army, and CRPF. Police station officer Manjur Ahmad, Sarpanch Gul Mohammad (Kilam Gund), Sarpanch Kamruddin (Chham Gun), Sarpanch Washir Ahmad (Adi Gauatam), and few other dignitaries were present.

They took all necessary care of the population of these areas including supply of food materials, medicines and other necessities. A big number of the volunteers of Dera Sacha Sauda are engaged day and night to implement and speed up the relief measures.

It is difficult to see the parallels of this organized activity in relief operation. It is further more impressive to learn that Dera Sacha Sauda is running the activities at such a large scale with its own hard earned money without accepting any donations from anybody.

  • The relief material is sent to Kilam Gund, Adigotan and Chham Gun villages of Kulgam.
  • The relief material includes ration, utensils, blankets, medicines and mineral water. Rations includes flour, rice, pulses, sugar, tea, salt, chilly, seasoning, mustard oil etc.