More offices planned in other areas of the city to serve the community
Jamshedpur: Banga Bandhu, an organization that has always been a pioneer in the work of uniting the Bengali community in Jamshedpur and solving the problems of the society, Sunday morning inaugurated its new office in Mango area. A large number of citizens and people from the Bengali community were present on this occasion.
A few senior and esteemed members of the community formally inaugurated the new office by cutting a ribbon.
All the members present on the occasion also took a pledge to work hard to unite the people of the Bengali community in the area and try to raise and solve their problems.
This office is located on Mango Dimna main road.
Indrajit Ghosh, a founder member of Banga Bandhu said that Banga Bandhu was established in the year 2016.
Since then, he said, it has been continuously uniting all the members of the society and being vocal for the problems of every member of the Bengali community has been the aim of the organization.
He said that this office has been started in Mango area to make the effort of the organization more effective and help the members living in the area.
At the same time, Aparna Guha, the central vice-president of Banga Bandhu said that the organization is always ready to help every needy section of the society and its efforts are not limited only to the Bengali community.
She said that this organization also operates ambulances to improve health facilities, which are always available to serve the needy.
He said that the Bengali community of the area would be served in a far more effective manner thanks to this new office in Mango area.
The main office of the organization is already operational in Parsudih area and in the coming days, the scope of social service will be increased by opening offices in other areas of the city, the office-bearers of the organization hinted.