After Jammu, JKRDCS starts welfare works in Kashmir

Srinagar: J&K Rural Development Co-ordinate Society, a non-government organization, has started welfare works in Kashmir Valley, a statement issued here said.
Registered under Society Registration Act—XXI of 1860, JKRDCS has been in service of people in Jammu region through its dedicated team of 250 workers since January 2014, it said.
In the first phase, Society’s Director Adil Khan said that JKRDCS has registered 2500 persons and families as its members.
In Rajouri and Kishtwar districts, the JKRDCS has helped many young women, living below poverty line, in their marriages.
Besides, the JKRDCS has so far provided free medicine to a number of cancer patients apart from facilitating free treatment to them.
“The JKRDCS has now started its mission in Kashmir Valley,” he said, adding, “We have already started membership drive by activating our team of dedicated staffers.”
He said that the Society yearns to uplift living standards of people and its priorities continue to provide help to needy.
In order to realize the endeavour, he said, the Society will utilize all resources available to it.
“Those interested in getting membership may contact our office at Rajbagh, Srinagar,” he added.