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Shravasti. In Bhachkahi, a Tharu majority village in Sirsia, near the border with Indo-Nepal, people are made aware to follow the corona policy and vaccine. The health department is praised here. At the same time, DPRO also congratulated.
Panchayat Raj District Officer Kiran appreciated the campaign in Bhachkahi. He greeted ASHA worker Sita, Anganwadi worker Sita Devi, plumbing worker Savani Rana, Krishna Kumar and the villagers by visiting all the houses to make people aware. Village chief Man Kumari said that the villagers and villagers, including the village-based Tharu Culture Shravasti, are fulfilling their responsibilities. In order to prevent the corona epidemic, one should stay away from misleading news regarding education and vaccination. A village awareness campaign commissioned by Tharu Mahasangh will make people aware of this.
ANM Sushma Prasad Sindhi from the Bhachkahi Health Sub-Center said that the people of the Tharu community in Bhachkahi are very good and forward-looking in this day and age. In the middle of the rain from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., people arrive at the vaccination center. In this campaign, Majra launched the village of Rawalpur and Bankati. Afterwards, women from Bhachkahi Westerns take part in large numbers in the afternoon. During this campaign, 218 people took advantage of the free vaccination. Many other villagers were present on this occasion, including Namita, Kalpanath, Ashish Kumar, Ram Kumar, Ram Gopal from Subkendra Bhachkahi.

Shravasti. In Bhachkahi, a Tharu majority village in Sirsia, near the border with Indo-Nepal, people are made aware to follow the corona policy and vaccine. The health department is praised here. At the same time, DPRO also congratulated.

Panchayat Raj District Officer Kiran appreciated the campaign in Bhachkahi. He greeted ASHA worker Sita, Anganwadi worker Sita Devi, plumbing worker Savani Rana, Krishna Kumar and the villagers by visiting all the houses to make people aware. Village chief Man Kumari said that the villagers and villagers, including the village-based Tharu Culture Shravasti, are fulfilling their responsibilities. In order to prevent the corona epidemic, one should stay away from misleading news regarding education and vaccination. A village awareness campaign commissioned by Tharu Mahasangh will make people aware of this.

ANM Sushma Prasad Sindhi from the Bhachkahi Health Sub-Center said that the people of the Tharu community in Bhachkahi are very good and forward-looking in this day and age. In the middle of the rain from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., people arrive at the vaccination center. In this campaign, Majra launched the village of Rawalpur and Bankati. Afterwards, women from Bhachkahi Westerns take part in large numbers in the afternoon. During this campaign, 218 people took advantage of the free vaccination. Many other villagers were present on this occasion, including Namita, Kalpanath, Ashish Kumar, Ram Kumar, Ram Gopal from Subkendra Bhachkahi.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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