Jammu: The floods along with landslides in September in the State of Jammu & Kashmir have caused destruction and disruption to the extent of derailing the lives of many all over the State. Hon`ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi described the crisis as a National level Disaster requesting people to come forward to help the people of the State. Displaced people in Jammu have been evacuated and shifted to safer places. One such camp of 100 people is being managed and supported by Indian Red Cross Society Jammu Division at Yatri Niwas Bhagwati Nagar Jammu for the last 15 days. Prof. M.P.S Ishar Vice Chancellor University of Jammu, Mrs Lida Singh, Mr. Jai Kumar Sharma, Mr. R. C. Puri Secretary Indian Red Cross Society Jammu Division,Prof. Pankaj Srivastava DSW, Prof. Renu Nanda, Mr. A.S.Kohli and Mr. Amit visited the camp yesterday to meet the displaced people. The children in the camp presented a community song, skit and National Anthem. The children have a regular class everyday by the volunteers of Indian Red Cross Society Jammu Division for 3 hours in which they do creative activities, games, competitions and communication skills. Mrs Lida Singh interacted with children, women and men. She asked them to ensure cleanliness and sanitation by taking care of small things everyday.
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