Social organization ‘Ekata Manch’ despatched paraphernalia, food and medicine worth Rs. 12,29,000 to the victims of  ‘Kerala Flood’

Mumbai : Social Organisation ‘Ekata Manch’ have also joined the ranks in assisting people affected during the enormous Kerala flood. Ajay Kaul, the General Secretary of ‘Ekata Manch’ had initiated a huge “Kerala Flood Relief Rally” in Versova and had succeeded in collecting aid of Rs. 12,29,000. Kaul has donated Rs. 2,00,000 while teachers and professors of College of Commerce and Children Welfare Centre High School chipped in their day’s salary; adding to the corpus funds collected from the rally too.

Social organization ‘Ekata Manch’ despatched paraphernalia, food and medicine worth Rs. 12,29,000 to the victims of  ‘Kerala Flood’

Three loaded trucks with 15,000 packages consisting of various basic amenities including bucket, mug, bowl, plate, spoon and utensil, food grains like rice, necessary medicines, and water bottle were unloaded at Eden Public School at Vazhoor East, Kottayam district in Kerala. Professor Chaudhary and many workers and activist from the ‘Ekata Manch’ who had gone with the truck had successfully administered the distribution to the needy people.

Ajay Kaul and his social organisation’s workers including Ravindra Badgujar – Senior Police Officer from Versova and Religious heads of all religions had performed the necessary rituals before dispatching these trucks loaded with goods.

A relieved person, Ajay Kaul, the General Secretary of Ekata Manch said,”We always are ready to come forward for any social activities. We believe in lending a helping hand for all causes and philanthropic issues. We look forward to help the sincerely affected victims in this devastating flood.”

Prashant Kashid, the Executive President of Welfare Centre High School added, “We are happy and feel proud to be a part of this social initiative. Ajay Kaul deserves a pat on his back who selflessly pitched in but also bore the additional transportation cost too. At present we have reached out to 15,000 victims affected by flood. We look forward in lending our hand to help more.”


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