The Leprosy Mission Trust India wins the prestigious Sat Paul Mittal Award
Mr Abraham George, Director of Operations, receiving the award on behalf of TLMTI, from Gen. Bipin Rawat, Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army
NEW DELHI: The Leprosy Mission Trust India (TLMTI), the largest and oldest leprosy-focused non-governmental organisation in India, has won the prestigious Sat Paul Mittal National Award 2018 (http://www.nskt.org/NSKT_National_Award_2018.pdf) for its outstanding work with people affected by leprosy, people with disabilities and other marginalised communities.
Mr Abraham George, Director of Operations, received the award on behalf of TLMTI, from Gen. Bipin Rawat, Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army, who was the chief guest of the award giving ceremony, at a grand function held on November 10 at Sat Paul Mittal Memorial School, Ludhiana.
Nehru Sidhant Kender Trust (http://nskt.org/) instituted the Sat Paul Mittal National Award in 1992 in memory of its Founder President, Late Sat Paul Mittal, who selflessly worked for the upliftment of the poor.