Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin announces Rs 1 crore assistance to Kerala

In major support and solidarity to Kerala rain fury, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has announced Rs 1 crore assistance to Kerala state, which was badly affected by the monsoon. Funding has been announced from the funds of the DMK Charitable Trust.

With our brothers in Kerala who are suffering from heavy rains and floods. The DMK is announcing a grant of Rs 1 crore from the Charitable Fund to alleviate their plight. We can help them by embracing this humanity, ”Stalin tweeted.

With our brethren in Kerala affected by torrential rains and floods, DMK Charitable Trust donates Rs One crore for the efforts undertaken to alleviate their suffering. Let’s embrace humanity and support them in this time of need

Earlier, The Dalai Lama Trust had announced Rs 11 lakh for relief work. The Lama announced the funding in a letter to the Chief Minister. The Dalai Lama mourned the loss of life and property due to floods and landslides in many parts of Kerala. Condolences to the families who lost loved ones. He said he understood that the state government and the concerned authorities were making every effort for the rescue operation and the relief work was going well.


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