J&K Yateem Foundation dedicates Ambulance Service to public in frontier Kupwara district

Srinagar:J&K Yateem Foundation (JKYF) dedicated a sophisticated state of the art Ambulance to the people of district Kupwara at a solemn function held at town hall in North Kashmir’s frontier Kupwara district, around 100 Kms from Srinagar Headquarters.
Besides a galaxy of prominent citizens and volunteers of JKYF, Assistant Commissioner Revenue Jawhar Ali, Block Medical Officer (BMO) Kupwara Dr Mohammad Ramzan Wani, Senior Representative from J&K Yateem Trust Mohammad Abdullah Malik, General Secretary Gurduwara Prabandak Committee Mr Jasbir Singh and Mohammad Rafiq Lone, ex Chairman & senior most volunteer JKYF, attended the function.
Speakers applauded JKYF for the initiatives with regard to humanitarian work carried out by the Organization in the length and breadth of Jammu and Kashmir.
They hailed the Foundation’s contribution for dedicating ambulance service to the people of Kupwara where people living in far off places face many difficulties to shift the needy patients to hospitals within and outside Kupwara district.
Mohammad Rafiq Lone talked about the various welfare programmes run by JKYF for the welfare of the needy and deserving people in J&K.
He expressed his gratitude to the kind hearted conyributors for donating generously to arrange the Ambulance for public good.
ACR Kupwara Mr Jawhar Ali , noted poet Mr M Y Mashoor, social activist Mr M A Malik, Mr Jasbir Singh, Dr M R Wani, Mr Ghulam Hassan Shah, eminent Educationist and Mr Abdul Raheem Lone, District Secretary, J&K Yateem Foundation Kupwara Unit, also spoke on the occasion.
Chairman Mohammad Ahsan Rather commended JKYF Kupwara Unit for adding Ambulance service to the gamut of ongoing welfare and rehabilitation activities in the district. He urged the District Representative Kupwara and other honorary functionaries to augment public interest facilities in education, health care, livelihood and self employment arenas of socio economic development of the less privileged sections of the Society across Jammu & Kashmir.

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