At-lesat 200 economically disadvantage families of Kokrajhar and Chirang districts given away income generating livestocks to generate income and make life better to endeavor in spheres of socio-economic development among poor and down trodden peoples in the region at a programme held at Sundari village in Chirang district on Monday.
The Believers Church Diocese of Bongaigaon, is an indigenous church with constitutional episcopacy led by Rev. Dr. KP Yohannan, the Metropolitan of the Church. The Church undertakes varied socio-economic developmental, educational, women empowering and social welfare projects without particular of caste, creed and language but to the most downtrodden and marginalized sections of the society.
The Diocese distributed 25 cows, 50 cloth weaving machine set, 100 pigs and 150 goats as income generating livestock and tools to 200 economically disadvantage families of Kokrajhar and Chirang districts undr community development project(CDP).
Diganta Baishya, additional deputy commissioner of Chirang graced as chief guest on the programme.He has lauded the ventures initiated by Believers Church said, ‘I appreciate the noble work of Believers Church for their tremendous effort to lift the poor and downtrodden by giving them some means to generate income and make life better than before’. He also appeal church to continue such work for this will not only develop people economically but also will strengthen the tie of brotherhood.
Rev. Fr. Ajay Tulsiary, the Vicar General of Diocese said that the Church would be very grateful if the given tools and livestock can make someone’s life better and meet the need. The church only seeks well of the beneficiary and do not endorse any religious lure,he added.
‘The church was working for the all round welfare of the poor peoples in the region’,Tulsiary said.
Sri Ranjan Doley, the Diocese Project in-charge, district parishpriestess and beneficiaries from Panbari, Amguri, Dadgari, Oxiguri, Thaikajora, Kongrajora, Sondari, Nohagaon, Jharbari, Bishmuri, Patgaon were present.