Tripura chief minister sends study table, food and medicine after girl asks for help on Facebook
Tripura CM Biplab Kumar Deb sent class 8 student study table, mother medicine, food packages
Barsha Das, a grade 8 student at a school near here, is in seventh heaven as Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, taking note of her request on Facebook, sent her a study table, medicine for her sick mother and packages. of food products.
Speaking to the Chief Minister, Ms Das recently posted a video, in which she said her family of four lived in a makeshift single room and could not afford a study table. In another post earlier this week, the 14-year-old said her mother was broken down with Covid and the family needed food and medicine.
Chief Minister Deb, after hearing her messages, immediately called on authorities to give her all possible help, according to a government source. Shortly after, on Friday, she received a study table, packages of food and medicine at her house in Maheshkhala, on the outskirts of Agartala, the source said.
Ms. Das, when contacted by PTI, declared: “I am touched by the gesture of the Prime Minister. He gave me a study table, food and medicine for my mother, who recently tested positive for Covid. My dad doesn’t earn much, and we’re still in shock. financial crisis. This help from our CM will certainly solve some of our problems. “
Her father Uttam Das, who works in a private company, said he was unaware that his daughter had asked the chief minister for help. “I was amazed when a few men from the Chief Minister’s office arrived at our home with a study table for my daughter, medicine for my wife, provisions and food packages. I cannot thank the CM enough. “, he underlined.
Sanjay Mishra, media adviser to the chief minister, said Mr Deb was “very active” on social media because he believes it is an effective channel for reaching people. “This is not the first time that the CM has responded to a request on social media. Also earlier, he had organized help and extended help to people after encountering such posts on these networking platforms,” he said. added Mr. Mishra.
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