Two couples from Malta have come forward to adopt four children who have lost their families from Assam‘s Tinsukia district.
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For the last four years, Makum-based orphanage Keshav Bahety Surjudaya Children’s Home has been the shelter home for Monica, Avik, Rani and Rashmi.
On Friday, two couples Dorielle & Elton Vella, Claudien & Miceli reached Tinsukia after completing all adoption formalities.
On behalf of the orphanage, president Premendra Sharma, vice president Lalit Gogoi, social worker and advisor Narayan Baheti paid respects to the two couples.
The adoption was carried out as per Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) norms at the Tinsukia Zila Parishad office at the initiative of the NGO named ADOR.
District Development Commissioner Nayan Jyoti Sabhapandit, assistant commissioners Aparupa Borgohain, Nilakshi Bhuyan and other officials were present at the occasion.
The children have left with their new parents for Malta.
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