TSA Sadar Hills provides food for patients at Leikop COVID care centre

TSA Sadar Hills after spreading awareness on vaccination among the people in remote areas and other Covid-related activities, decided to help Covid patients from far-flung areas admitted at Covid care centre Leikop.


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As part of its helping hands during the health crisis towards the people, the Thadou Students' Association (TSA) Sadar Hills embarked on providing food to Covid patients from far-flung areas admitted at Covid care centre at Leikop for the past few weeks.

TSA Sadar Hills after spreading awareness on vaccination among the people in remote areas and other Covid-related activities, decided to help Covid patients from far-flung areas admitted at Covid care centre Leikop, considering their grievances and hardship in mess service.

Since there is no provision for the mess service at Covid care centre Leikop on the part of the government, the patients’ families had to bear the responsibility and arrange food by themselves.

TSA Sadar Hills decided to help those having problems in arranging food, and contribute among themselves to begin the humanitarian services.

On learning the situation of TSA Sadar Hills, are running out of stock, this correspondent along with few police officers of Kangpokpi including ASP (LO) Lalminlen Misal, OC Kangpokpi Police Station inspector Henminthang, 2nd OC Kangpokpi Police Station Lamminthang Vaiphei, Reader of ASP (LO) Hegin and few friends from the 1997 batch of KT Higher Secondary School visited the mess catering centre of TSA Sadar Hills and helped them with some financial aid to make them continue the humanitarian services.

In charge of the TSA Sadar Hills mess catering centre Lamminsei Sitlhou and Lalboi Lhouvum expressed profound gratitude to the visiting team and their financial aid.

Lalboi Lhouvum said that donations and contributions have been done by all like minded people and leaders, and they would rather not seek any donation or contributions.

“However, our stock could not last for long since we could not contribute much. So, we informed our friend circles about our situation and they did not hesitate to help us out in their capacity. I am very happy to have such good friends who always stood up for humanity,” he added.

He also assured that by any means they will continue to feed and make the patients from far-flung areas admitted at Covid care centre Leikop feel at home.

First Published:June 11, 2021, 12:37 p.m.

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