Press Release 31 January 2001|
|BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha is actively serving
earthquake victims through relief kitchens, food packets distributions,
shelters, emergency necessities of daily living and medical aid.
Total of over 27,000 to 29,000 people served
daily at relief kitchens in Kachchh District.
Distribution of Food Packets and Other
Bhuj-Mundra-Nakhatrana: Bhuj, Madhapur,
Chakarkotada, Bhujodi, Haripar, Kukana, Mirazapur, Sukhpur, Mankuva,
Baladiya, Kodaki, Makhana, Nathrudi, Tankanasar, Kamaguna, Laxmipur,
Kalyanpar, Bhadli, Thawada, Vithan, Dhawada, Kotada, Ratnal, Hajapar,
Haroodi, Mota reha, Jambudi, Kandara, Boladi, Lodi,Traya, Umedpur, Berada,
Jikadi, Paddhar, Dhaneti, Dagala, Mokhana, Kanaiya -2
Morbi: Barawala, Biliya, Kantipur, Modpar, Bagathala
Jamnagar: Bhadra, Bhimkata, Manamora, Utbet Shampur, Juna Bela, Nava Bela, Kothariya, Fadsar, Ranjitpar, Balambha, Jodiya
Bhachao: Bhachao,Vandh, Vandhia
Surendranagar: Surendranagar, Bhadreshi, Memka, Kharva, Gajela, Baldasha, Kherali, Wadhvan, Limbdi, Balambha-Kachchh
Rapar: 5 villages
The following suburbs of Bhuj city are also being served through BAPS relief services:
Javaharnagar, Saherpura, Collector Kacheri, Bankers Colony, Umednagar Colony, Revenue Colony, Lotus Colony, Utkarsh Colony, Godhara Dharmashala, Sanskarnagar, Rawalwadi, Sanjognagar, Orient Colony, Ganeshnagar, Nirmalsinh Wadi, Mahavirnagar, Vokala Faliya, Arihantnagar, Jesthanagar, New Bankers Colony, Sarakari Vasahat, Nutan Chhawani, Shanlar Society, Jadavajinagar, Santosh Society, Uplipal, Camp Area, Jalaram Society, Ghatiya Faliya, Khari Nadi, Khasada, Bakali Fali, Kailashnagar, Shaktinagar, New Bhuj Railway Station, Kajarinagar, Patalara Mahadev, Airport Road.
Relief Collection Centres
The past experience of BAPS in managing and executing disaster relief operations ensures that all contributions reach the disaster victims in even the most remote villages.
The BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha has served in 21 disaster relief operations in India and abroad, including: famine in Gujarat and Maharashtra (1974), floods in Morbi (1979), famine in Ethiopia (1984), earthquake in Latur (1993), pneumonic plague in Surat (1994) and cyclones in Kandla (1998) and Orissa (1999).
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