“Apni Rasoi” started: All India Yuva Agarwal Sammelan started its own kitchen, food will be available for 10 rupees throughout the week

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Akhil Bhartiya Yuva Agarwal Sammelan Ambala City has started “Apni Rasoi” from Tuesday for the needy in the old Anaj Mandi of the city, where food will be available for Rs.10. “Apni Rasoi” was started by Ritesh Goyal, Working President of Agrawal Sammelan, Haryana State. Will run in our kitchen from 12:30 pm to 2 pm for seven days.

Arpit Agarwal, a member of Apni Rasoi, said that if the support of the society continues, then Apni Rasoi will be started at other places in the city. Ekam Nyas and Shri Kalyan Kamal Satsang Samiti will work as partner organizations in this. Also, if the general public wants to cooperate in this on a special occasion, then they can, but the quantity will remain up to 100 people. If there is a good response then the quantity will also be increased.

At present, the entire expenditure in this will be done by All India Yuva Agarwal Sammelan. Here every day waste disposable plates, spoons will be collected in a drum by putting polythene. Members of the Service Commission, Rajendra Bansal, Anil G Chaat Wale, Chairman Suman Mittal, Urban President Robin Jindal, General Secretary Rohit Goyal, Secretary Arpit Agarwal, Mayank Agarwal, Rahul Agarwal, Sushil Agarwal, Tarsem Garg, Dhanraj Aggarwal in the All India Yuva Agarwal conference , Councilor Hitesh Jain, Archana Chhibber, Amit Channana, Deepak Goyal, Rohit Agarwal, Ravi, Nitin Goyal, Nitish Garg, Pradeep Pambu, Rajesh Narula will have special cooperation.

Menu will be like this: On Monday, curry, rice { rajma, urad, rice on Tuesday { white chickpeas, rice { gram on Thursday, rice { sambar on Friday, rice { black gram on Saturday, rice { whole moong dal, rice on Sunday. {In place of rice on Ekadashi, chapati will be sweet and on festival day.

Some organizations are filling stomach for free, 5 or 10 rupees
There are some institutions including Dyastha Foundation in City Civil Hospital, Roti Bank in Cantt Civil Hospital, which are serving food for 5 to 10 rupees. Some institutions also provide free service in hospitals.

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