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WCL's Jhankar Mahila Mandal is providing essentials to needy & homeless

WCL's Jhankar Mahila Mandal is on the forefront to extend helping hands to needy and homeless people during the lockdown imposed for restricting the spread of Coronavirus pandemic

Nagpur: Jhankar Mahila Mandal, the leading women's group of WCL (Western Coalfields Limited) primarily working for community service and welfare of underprivileged section of the society is on the forefront to extend helping hands to needy and homeless people during the lockdown imposed for restricting the spread of corona pandemic.

The Area level Mahila Mandals of WCL in Nagpur, Chandrapur, Yavatmal districts of Maharashtra and Chhindwara, Betul districts of Madhya Pradesh (MP) associated with Jhankar Mahila Mandal are continuously serving the weaker section of the community in and around the concened areas.

Besides distribution of Ration kits, Clothes, Sanitary napkins, Masks and other essentials among the poor, homeless and daily wagers in Nagpur and other four districts where WCL operates, Jhankar Mahila Mandal led by President Anita Mishra also contributed Rs.1.00 Lakh to PM Cares Fund last month.

Notably, Jhankar Mahila Mandal has been dedicatedly working for the empowerment of underprivileged brothers and sisters of the society most particularly women, children and old age people. The organisation also supports and provides required resources to orphanages, old age homes and schools as its routine endeavour.

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