Aizawl, March 29: Leaders of Bharat Rural Livelihood Foundation (BRLF) today called on Mizoram Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd.) at Raj Bhavan here.
They apprised the Governor of the initiatives of BRLF for the progress of rural people and told the Governor that the same can be made useful of for the rural people of Mizoram.
BRLF Board members also told the Governor that they are ready to contribute their ability and expertise in order that the rural people of Mizoram may come to know the right way of earning livelihood.
Bharat Rural Livelihood Foundation is a society established by the Central government to help the rural people find reliable means of livelihood.
Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd.) on his part commended the objectives and initiatives of BRLF saying that the same is in line order neurontin online with the State Government Flagship Programme NLUP.
He suggested if BRLF could cooperate with the Mizoram government and NGOs in the State, adding that the NGOs in Mizoram have been cooperating with the government and that their contribution for the progress of the people is great.
Even if BRLF has a plan for Mizoram, it is advisable to carry out the same in cooperation with the NGOs, the Governor said, and also advised the BRLF leaders that using Central Agriculture University, Selesih as a key partner would be profitable.
The visiting BRLF team was led Lt Gen DB Shekatkar, Board Member, BRLF and Lt Gen VM Patil, Board Member, BRLF.
Zulfiqar Haider, CEO, BRLF informed the Governor that they had also met with Chief Secretary and other leaders of Mizoram government.