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Idara Falah e Aam donates PPE kits to quarantine facility at SP College

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SRINAGAR, MAY 14: Idara Falah e Aam Wakaf, Alamgari Bazar, donated number of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits to persons engaged with the running of COVID-19 quarantine facility at Boys Hostel SP College, Srinagar.

The COVID-19 Wellness Centre has been established by District administration Srinagar.

This humanitarian gesture has been highly appreciated by the college administration and the people who are being benefited through these PPE kits.

While distributing PPE kits, Principal SP College Prof. Khurshid Ahmad Khan lauded the role of Idara Falah e Aam Wakaf for their generous contributions and hoped that the organization will continue their efforts in future also so that others will be motivated to join this noble cause.

The Principal also thanked all the team members engaged with the running of this COVID-19 Wellness Centre for their cooperation during these testing times.

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