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Ranchi college students install ‘satisfied fridge’ to feed bad

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Ranchi college students install ‘satisfied fridge’ to feed bad

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With an aim to now not let any sleep with an empty stomach, a collection of college college students in Ranchi on Sunday hooked up a ‘satisfied fridge’ at Swagatam Banquet Hall, Sahjanand Chowk in Harmu Road where leftover meals might be stored for the needy human beings.

Extending assisting arms toward to the negative on Friendship Day, the students, related to an NGO referred to as Feeding India, have decided to install such fridges at 10 strategic locations of the capital Ranchi in order that no negative or needy person cross hungry.

Priyanka Gautam, a university student, said to start with they had started meals drives to places like Jagannath Mandir and Ranchi railway station. Later, we decided to install fridges at locations in which terrible may want to take out ingredients and fulfill their empty stomach, she stated.

She stated the initiative could additionally help remove the problem of hunger deaths and malnutrition because of the unavailability of nutritious meals.

The university college students approaching restaurants, motel and ceremonial dinner hall proprietors and soliciting for them to donate their leftover ingredients. For the right distribution of meals, the teams have been additionally preserving proper verbal exchange with special nearby NGOs and refuge houses.

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