Amravati Unit of Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh provides help, aid, and assistance to families who lost their homes in the fire.
The Anjangaon unit of the Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh cancelled all the programmes set up for the birthday celebrations of the party chief, Adv. Prakash Ambedkar to set up relief funds for families who lost their homes in the fire at Amravati. Necessary commodities were also handed, in an attempt to help the families stabilize and get them back on their feet.
Bhaurao Tayade, Madhukar Nandvandar, Vijay Nandanwar, Bapu Nandvandar and Sunil Sardar were amongst those whose houses were burnt in the fire in Anjanagaon taluka. Considering the needs of the victims, the members of the victim’s family were helped with clothes, sarees, blankets, home appliances, utensils and other essential items, after canceling the ceremony at Anjangaon Surji, while the party unit was geared up for the celebrations.
Ramji Rathod, Rupesh Pundalikrao Vath, Vipin Anokar, Ankush Warp, Vinod Abhyankar, Gangatai Ingale, Ravi Athavale, former Sarpanch Vijaybhau Taide, Balasaheb Mohad, Pradip Chakanarayan, Premanand Ingle, Rashid Khan, Jamir Khan Saheb, Abdul Rehman, Sudhir Tayade, Buddhadev Jamiik, Arun Sardar, Shoheb Khan, Sheikh Sajid were the responsible and enthusiastic members of Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh who were extremely helpful and supportive towards all the victims of the fire.