Narayan Seva Sansthan – a non- profit organization is extending support to FANI affected area of Odisha by distributing food packets and relief material. A relief team of the Narayan Seva Sansthan has distributed food packets to nearly 1,500 families affected by the storm in Kuspur, Bijapur ,Jagannathpuri, Bada narendrapur,Chota narendrapur, Nova somehwarpur and Teyispur in Puri district for the last two days.
Sansthan with an aim of lending a helping hand to those who are undergoing
extreme catastrophic conditions has taken initiative of reaching out to victims
in the most remote tribal areas. These are the areas which are most affected by
FANI and due to
geographical barriers, it becomes difficult to reach out and assist people
residing at such places.
Vandana Agarwal, Director, Narayan Seva Sansthan,
said that it will take some more time for the situation to become normal while
we are trying our best to be there and help in rescue by distributing food packets.
While state government’s teams are engaged in day-to-day relief work, it is
very difficult because of no power, water availability.
Furthermore she added “in coming days, Narayan
Seva Sansthan will be distributing more food packets to cover more than 5000
families. These packets contain Poha, Biscuit, Jaggery and Wafers etc. Narayan
Seva Sansthan has deputed relief team to work in the Cyclone hit areas for one week.”