Social organisation Rajmani Devi Memorial Trust held a meeting and decided to extend financial help to Dharma Rao, who is facing financial problems.
Jamshedpur: An important meeting of the social organization Rajmani Devi Memorial Trust was held at Sumant Memorial Hall in Sidgora.
The main objective of the meeting held on Tuesday was to provide decide on extending financial support to Dharma Rao, who is facing financial penury.
In the meeting, trust member Parshuram Singh Baaghi and trust member Rakesh Kumar Singh assured all possible support to Dharma Rao.
Rakesh Kumar Singh, a member of the trust, talked to Sanjeev Kumar Chaudhary, President of Tata Workers Union and requested him to ensure that the school feel of Dharma Rao’s children is also waived.
He said that all steps would be taken to ensure waiver of fees of Dharma Rao’s children.
President of Tata Workers Union assured help. Trust member Rakesh Kumar thanked him for this. All the members of the trust expressed their gratitude to the President of Tata Workers Union Sanjeev Kumar Choudhary.
The trust members said that the only purpose of the Rajmani Devi Memorial Trust is to help the needy and service is the goal of the organization.
It may be added that late Rajmani Devi was a three-time councillor of Adityapur Municipal Corporation.
In addition, she was also the president of Seraikela-Kharsawan District unit of BJP Mahila Morcha.
She died last year as the councillor of Ward 29 in Adityapur Municipal Corporation.
Her supporters set up Rajmani Devi Memorial Trust for the purpose of social service.
The trust has taken a pledge to serve the poor and needy.
The trust members include Parshuram Singh Baaghi, Madhusudan Prasad, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Manmohan Singh Rajput, Shankar Soren, Santosh Ojha, Kamalendra Singh, Sanjay Upadhyay, Mrs. Gudiya Singh, Mrs. Seema Singh, Ranjit Singh and Vinay.