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Website launched for Ganga Sagar Mela pilgrims

he members of West Bengal Radio Club (Amateur Club) have launched a website to help the pilgrims, primarily the missing persons in the forthcoming Ganga Sagar Mela starting on 9 January next. The weeklong festival attracts thousands of devotees from different parts of the country and many of them fall victim of the situation.

The radio club has also installed its HAM Radio setup at Kanchuberia, Namkhana, Chamaguri etc to help the families of missing persons with correct information. Concerned Bengal administration and police forces have agreed to help the radio club to support in its endeavor.

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