Ravi S Singh
New Delhi, January 15
Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya has appointed social worker Sushma Sharma as Honorary Treasurer of Haryana body of the Indian Red Cross Society in the midst of the rise of Covid cases fuelled by Omicron variant.
“Your guidance and experience will help this organisation for its development,” the official communication to Sharma of the Governor’s decision about her appointment, said.
The Governor is the President,and Chief Minister ML Khattar is the Vice President of the Haryana chapter of the Indian Red Cross Society, which is associated with the International Red Cross Society.
Sharma, who has a network of social work activities spread over in various parts of Haryana, including Gurugram and Faridabad and Delhi, said she was pleasantly surprised by the honour bestowed upon her by the prestigious body through the appointment.
“This will further motivate me to work for the people, especially in the health-related sector. The challenges have increased on account of the periodical recrudescence ofcoronavirus in various avatars due to its mysterious mutations."
Sharma, who has been associated with the Red Cross Society, said she will try to strengthen the district units of the body in its welfare activities in Haryana.
Sharma and her family were visibly active during Covid lockdown.
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