First came voter cards, and then parties, to Maharashtra homeless shelter

In the Mumbai region, more than 100 rescued homeless persons living at a shelter in New Panvel have managed to get voter identity cards, the first such batch of beneficiaries at the 25-year-old institution run by the Social and Evangelical Association for Love (SEAL). In all, a total of 125 homeless persons at the shelter have benefited from the initiative undertaken by SEAL’s social workers.