Jalandhar, February 20
Amarjit Singh Anand, social activist and expert member of the state advisory board for disabled, arranged several Aadhaar camps in Jalandhar. A two-day Aadhaar camp was held at Children’s Home for Girls at Gandhi Vanita Ashram, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar, where over 25 such cards were made. This was his second camp in the district held on February 16 and 17 and the third camp was held at Unique Home on February 17 and 18 where 25 Aadhaar cards were uploaded. Anand thanked the district administration for their cooperation. The fourth Aadhaar camp was held at Mother Teresa Missionaries of Charity’’s shelter home at Model Town on February 18 and 19. Special children were given Aadhaar cards at the camp. — TNS
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