700 line up to get bags of essentials

(From left) Chai, Harith, Sri Dhammaratana and Dr Lim delivering the bags of essential items at the society’s premises.

A GROCERY bag initiative in Desa Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, saw nearly 700 underprivileged people from its surrounding areas turning up to collect the aid.

Ti-Ratana Welfare Society treasurer and head of operations Premanathan Jaganathan said those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic had queued up at the organisation’s headquarters to collect free bags of essential items.

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