President flags off flood relief supply for Assam, Bihar and UP

President Ram Nath Kovind today flagged off nine trucks of Red Cross relief supplies from Rashtrapati Bhavan for the flood affected people of Assam, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. The supplies will be carried from Delhi to the concerned states by train and will be received by the state Red Cross branches of respective states.

The relief material included items such as tarpaulins, tents, saris, dhotis, cotton blankets, kitchen sets, mosquito nets, bed sheets, buckets and two water purification units.

In addition, COVID-19 protection items such as surgical masks, PPE kits, gloves and face shields are also part of the relief material flagged off by President Kovind. These items are meant to safeguard and protect health workers associated with IRCS medical services in these states as well as the volunteers of IRCS who are at the forefront of flood relief and rehabilitation efforts.

The supply of the above materials is in continuation and in addition to the material already provided by IRCS to be distributed by the state Red Cross branches to the affected people.

Also present at the flag-off was Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Dr. Harsh Vardhan along with other officials of President’s Secretariat and IRCS.

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