IPAK distributes medicines to aid fight against Covid
IMPHAL, Sep 13
Indigenous People's Associa-tion of Kangleipak (IPAK) distributed AYUSH-64 tablets and Arsenium Album at various locations yesterday to aid in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic effectively.
The tablets provided by Directorate of AYUSH were distributed to locals of Tera in Imphal West, Kiyamgei in Imphal East and some other locations in Thoubal and Kakching districts by a team of IPAK led by its president Ksh Somorendro; publicity secretary RK Pritam and finance secretary Usham Suresh in collaboration with members of local clubs, said a statement issued by IPAK.
This was the second phase of AYUSH-64 and Arsenium Album distribution after the succesful distribution of the tablets on August 21 at Langthabal Lep Makha Leikai, added the statement.
In another instance Arong Khunou MGNREGA Job Car Welfare committee was formed after a meeting of the job card holders of Arong Khunou village in Kakching district was held at the office of IPAK on September 9. The committee was formed as a part of IPAK's initiative to work for the welfare of the job card holders and to form committees for job card holders of the State to address the various issues faced by them, added the statement.