Chennaiites join hands to help Kerala flood victims
Chennai: While there have been several incidents illustrating the hospitality provided by Tamilnadu people, the State, yet again, stands first in lending a helping hand to help the Kerala flood victims.
With flash floods and sudden unprecedented rains taking the death toll to 39 with eight drowning in four days in Kerala, the rain-ravaged State has faced tremendous loss.
Understanding the necessity, the Union Minister Rajnath Singh has announced an additional relief of Rs 100 crore. Reports suggest that the total number of people stranded in relief camps in the State has come down to 35,874 on Friday.
As a gesture to show gratitude to the State who helped Tamilnadu during the 2015 floods, several organisations -- both NGOs and private firms from the city, have started collecting relief materials to aid the people of Kerala. In conversation with News Today, the good Samaritans share their plans of helping the state bounce back to normalcy.
Read more at: https://www.newstodaynet.com/chennai/chennaiites-join-hands-to-help-kerala-flood-victims-117783.html
Last edited by a moderator: