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How to Register a welfare cum financial society



Respected Sir/Madam

I am from Ghungrali Rajputan village, distt Ludhiana. state Punjab, we run a society in our village, but the society yet not registered so please help us how can we register this society. This society is helping the poor community(SC,obc and st), we provide loan facility to the member of the society, helps through providing funds for poor girls, organize sports tournaments and encourage students by providing them what their needs like fees, etc, therefore we need to register this society so that we can get benefits from Govt,


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