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On the occasion of Rahul Gandhi’s birthday, the Nagaland Congress gives food to 700 people.

On the occasion of Rahul Gandhi's birthday, the Nagaland Congress gives food to 700 people.

On the occasion of Rahul Gandhi’s birthday, the Nagaland Congress gives food to 700 people. The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) marked party leader Rahul Gandhi’s birthday on Saturday. By giving ration packages to around 700 poor residents of Dimapur and Kohima.

Rice, lentils, potato, mustard oil, and salt were distribute among 500 people in Dimapur. And about 200 people in Kohima, according to GK Zhimomi, the party’s general secretary.

Additionally, the party said in a statement that due to the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic and exceptional challenges. Gandhi chose not to celebrate his birthday and urged anyone intending to do so to abstain from showy actions.

According to the party, Gandhi encouraged party members to adhere to austerity measures. And utilize available resources to assist people in need and those whose lives and livelihoods were harm during the second wave.

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It said that a short event was conduct at the Dimapur DCC office, during which state party president. There addressed a small crowd in line with established procedures. Following this, five teams including DCC Dimapur, NSUI Nagaland. And the NPC Minority Department distributed ration packages to needy people in various places across the Dimapur town region.

In Kohima, the state capital, it was reported that PCC and DCC office bearers, together with the Nagaland Pradesh Youth Congress (NPYC), conducted humanitarian activities in the vicinity of Congress Bhavan before distributing ration packages to the poor.

On the occasion of Rahul Gandhi’s birthday, the Nagaland Congress gives food to 700 people.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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