Press Reporter News Service
Rohtak, April 28
Jagdeep Jugnu, an area who has been offering free sanitary pads to the underprivileged women and girls amid Covid, has turned out to be a real-life hero.
Jugnu, who runs Path Society, a voluntary social organisation, has been supplying 400 to 500 packs of sanitary pads each month to women and girls, who can not afford these. To this point, he has equipped almost 7,000 packs of sanitary pads.
Donating Covid necessities too
Jagdeep Jugnu has been supplying home-stitched masks, cleaning soap bars, toothpastes, sanitisers and slippers to the slum dwellers in order to test the unfold of Covid
The social activist has additionally been supplying home-stitched facemasks, cleaning soap bars, toothpastes, sanitisers and slippers to the slum dwellers in order to test the unfold of Covid.
“Creating consciousness amongst slum dwellers about well being and hygiene is a giant problem. Dr Parveen Malhotra of Rohtak-PGIMS, retired faculty principal Ved Prakash Sheoran and sure different members and organisations of the civil society have been offering the monetary help and motivation wanted for the social endeavours,” he says.
Jugnu and his spouse Sunita additionally run a casual coaching college named ‘Abhinav Toly’ for the underprivileged, the place they educate youngsters and in addition practice them in music, dance, drama, pictures and wonder grooming, and many others.
They’ve just lately arrange a library at their Belarkha village in Jind district to inculcate the behavior of studying, particularly among the many youngsters.
“Our college students additionally volunteer and take part in social actions, and seeing them change into delicate in the direction of human issues and contributing their mite provides immense satisfaction,” says Sunita.