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Proyaash continuing support for the blast victims

Proyaash, an organisation established with an aim to work for the betterment of Assam, had distributed fruits and other eatables to the blast victims at GMCH on November 11. It is to be mentioned that as a part of their activities the members of Proyaash have distributed fruits and other eatables to the victims at MMCH in last week. The team who visited the GMCH includes Buljit Buragohian, Mofid Rahman, Ankit Das, Shah Nawaz, Tarun Gogoi, Biplob Gogoi and they were helped by other members.

Proyaash was established early this year with few students and young professional based in different parts of the country. The organization was established after discussing social issues at a social networking site. Today its members are based in different parts of the world. The organisation has planned other activities which will be implemented by their members in different parts of Assam.
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bhaskar j.'s picture

Nice work Proyaash team.. but miles to go before we sleep, miles to go before we sleep....
hironmoy's picture

Good work.
himjyoti's picture

Great job Proyaash..We all are with You..
Rituraj Buragohain's picture

It's a great "proyas" to help that innocent people. I am very thankful to all “proyas” members & I wish to join “proyas”. I request “proyas” to continue there great job to help not only bomb blast victims, they give there hands to the flood victims also.
audi's picture

The PROYAASH did it again. We all are happy to be a part of PROYAASH
prabir's picture

Nice start team... We won't sleep till we reach destination. Proyaash will surely become Saarthak.
manab's picture

Wow...that's a nice work....keep it up.....wish u good luck
rupam's picture

This is great job you guys doing....youth can make things really happen!!! JOI AII AXOM!!!
Anil's picture

Good work. Keep it up. May GOD help you to keep the momentum.
Prodip Borkakoty's picture

Great Job Proyash All the good wishes from Shanghai Ahomiya Sangha
saroj's picture

great job.....keep it up...
KISHORE's picture

Great Job friends.......am sure Proyaash would be a strong organisation to help needy ppl of Assam.....long live Proyaash....thanks a lot team
Pranjal Gogoi's picture

all the best Proyaash team
Jugal Kishore Sonowal's picture

Proyaash just trying to kick off ground.... A very long way to go still..... Lets carry on guys.
DEVENDRA SINGH DANDOTIYA's picture

Great work Buljit-da.......... I feel some inspiration from that people have to think from their routine work...and we have some social responsibility
stuti's picture

Well, Proyaaas is commendable indeed but there need to be a proliferation of such activity if we r to really forge ahead.

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