BY, KASHMIR AGAINST CORRUPTION
ANANTNAG, DEC 31: Today a team of kashmir against corruption visits Levdoora Qazigund and met with the kids of late Mahraj koul and late Nancy koul.
Pertinently, Nancy Koul, 50, was employed in Jammu and Kashmir Bank early this year after the death of her husband as she had no source of income. Her husband Mahraj Krishan Koul was running a tea shop in Qazigund to earn the livelihood but his death snatched the livelihood from the family. However, a local leader got Nancy employed in Jammu and Kashmir Bank as peon.
Nancy has now left behind four children with no livelihood. The eldest daughter is Saroj Koul, who is 17 years old and was helping the family. Her second daughter Meenakshi Koul is in 10th Standard, son Sagar Koul in 9th standard and the youngest one, Sonu Koul is in LKG. They have no source of income now
Kashmir against corruption expressed grief over the sudden death of pandit Nancy koul and promised that they will bear all expenses for the education of these four kids.
The members who visited the bereaved family include Mohamad Ashraf Bhat, Mohamad Irfan Mir, Mohamad Aslam, Dr sarmadh and owais Amin.
CEO think and win technologies Owais Amin promised the family that he will provide them a free computer courses to these kids and will bear expenses of fare as well.
Moreover kashmir against corruption requests government that one of the family members must be provided with government job, so that little kids may not suffer any more.
Further kashmir against corruption requests people of state to help this poor family and if anyone wants to help them can directly transfer money into their account no
(1)MeenaKrshi Koul (0717040150001770)
Jk bank branch Panzath wanpora Anantnag
Ifsc code:- JAKA0PANZAT
State media incharge
Kashmir against corruption