J&K Bank donates vehicles for spl children

Excelsior Correspondent

J&K Bank Chairman, Mushtaq Ahmed handing over key of vehicle at Srinagar on Tuesday.
J&K Bank Chairman, Mushtaq Ahmed handing over key of vehicle at Srinagar on Tuesday.

SRINAGAR, Nov 3: The Jammu and Kashmir Bank today donated two vehicles to NGOs- ‘Chhotey Taray’ and ‘Chinar Kashmir’, for the use of differently abled children and orphans belonging to the under privileged section of society.
Chairman and CEO of the Bank, Mushtaq Ahmed handed over the keys of the vehicles to the respective representatives in presence of Executive President Abdul Rauf  and Vice President and Private secretary to Chairman Sayed Shujjat Hussain at Bank’s Corporate headquarters here today.  This assistance has been provided by the bank under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.
While speaking on the occasion, the CEO said, “Our CSR programme remains alive to the diverse yet comprehensive needs of our society and we shall continue to be holistic in approaching the issues that we are behest with. In line with the approach, today the bank has provided a Tata Winger to Chhotay Taray with a view to make journey of differently- abled  children to and from their home comfortable. We also hope that 24-seater Marco Polo bus will improve the functioning of Remote Child Sponsorship Programme (RSCP) undertaken by Chinar Kashmir”, he added.
The bank has adopted 40 special children of ‘Chhotey Taray’ for their inclusive education programme. It has also adopted 50 orphans registered with Chinar Kashmir who are being educated and guided by it right at their respective places under its RSCP.

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