Assam flood | IPS officer donates month’s salary


Lending a helping hand for the flood victims in Assam, Vivekanand Singh, Superintendent of Police, East Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya has donated one month’s salary for the relief and rehabilitation work in the floods affected areas of Assam.

The police officer deposited an amount of Rs 81,032 to the Assam Chief Minister’s Relief Fund on July 18th, 2019.

IPS Association on Thursday tweeted “We’re incredibly proud of the noble gesture of Vivekanand Singh #IPS, SP @ejhpolice#Meghalaya who has donated one-month salary to aid relief efforts in #Assamfloods. His appeal to contribute & help the displaced at the time of a calamity is heartening.”

Acknowledging the contribution Assam Chief Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal tweeted, “Great gesture by IPS Vivekanand Singh. My heartfelt thanks.”

The gesture is bound to generate goodwill between the people of both states.

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