Popular Front of India kicked off the School Chalo Campaign in West Bengal Distributes 30,000 school kits to needy students

Thursday, February 13th, 2013

Dhuliyan, West Bengal:Popular Front of India State President Maulana Ubaidullah Noori inaugurated the distribution of school kits in connection with the month long campaign namely “school chalo” in a public meeting atDhulian,Murshidabad District of West Bengal. The program was presided over byHakikul Islam, State General Secretary Popular Front of India.

In his inaugural address, Maulana Ubaidullah Noori thanked all volunteers for their commitment and hard work so that the project targeted to distribute 20000 school kits is now approaching 30000. He added, “Our aim is to bring a situation where no child is away from school due to financial or other reasons”. Education is the foundation of the development of the society. Parents should come forward to send their children to school. Popular front is ready to facilitate higher studies for all the meritorious students- he offered

On the occasion Moulana Ameerudheen Master, Principal Panchagram Higher Secondary School,Abdul vahab Master, Basaitaikoor High School,Shamsujjuha, Community development State Co ordinator, Affan Ali and Saijul Islam were present.

As a part of the campaign Popular Front State committee planned various programs in hundreds of villages in the State such as education awareness rallies, guardian’s awareness programs, expert sessions on parenting and guidance for higher education.
Popular Front of India used to conduct a nation-wide School Chalo (Go to School) campaign every year at the beginning of the academic year. Educational awareness and promotion programme will be carried out by the state committees of Popular Front in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharshtra, West Bengal and Manipur. . Last year 1 lakh school kits were distributed and hundreds of scholarships were distributed and more than 2 crore rupees were spent for this cause. The organization conducted surveys in various places of the state and distributed school materials, uniforms, scholarships for poor and needy students.

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