CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh based mostly NGO ‘I Am Nonetheless Human‘(IASH) has stood up in assist of the continued farmers’ protest towards the not too long ago handed farm legal guidelines. The NGO has donated blankets, sanitary pads, masks, sanitizers, toothpastes and different obligatory necessities to assist the ‘Anndaata’, who’re protesting peacefully on the roads on the Delhi borders on this historic motion.
The founding father of IASH Vivek Mehra and his crew travelled to Delhi’s Singhu border and distributed the necessities to the protesting farmers. Vivek Mehra mentioned, “We’re actually pleased with the farmers of our nation and wholeheartedly assist their ongoing protest for his or her authentic rights. Their willpower of protesting on the roads within the chilly Delhi climate is actually admirable.”
Bhavpreet Singh, member of the IASH crew who accompanied Vivek Mehra mentioned, “The reviews of farmers dying amid the protest are actually disheartening and we’ll do no matter it takes to assist them of their battle. We sincerely consider that farmers are the rationale that we’re alive and we are going to stand by them it doesn’t matter what. ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’!”
The NGO has labored in the course of the COVID19 lockdown for which it has been honoured as effectively. Apart from this the NGO has labored sincerely for the distressed individuals in Amphan cyclone which did appreciable injury in West Bengal and even Assam floods. The NGO works majorly for the welfare of the armed forces and civil society.