Indian Movie Industry biggies including Ram Charan, Anil Kapoor, Richa Chadda, Vivek Oberoi, are urging people along with their fans and followers to help the people of Assam, other NE states and Gujrat during this flood situation.
Mega power star Ram Charan and his wife Upasana Kamineni came to the fore extending a helping hand. They requested on social media to all to help in any form or to donate no matter what, to help their brothers and sisters in Assam who are facing massive difficulty even to get the necessary supplies. Both Ram Charan & Upasana have together donated Rs.2.68 crore for the Assam Flood Relief Fund.
Internationally acclaimed well known Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor urged his fans and followers to offer assistance to the flood-hit inhabitants of Assam.
Superstar Aamir Khan released a video via twitter asking his fans and followers to help the people of Assam and Gujarat during this natural calamity. Amir Khan has made a payment Rs 25 Lakh towards Assam Chief Minister’s Relief Fund through Aamir Khan Productions Pvt Ltd.
Richa Chadda & Vivek Oberoi, requested the nation in a press conference to help Assam and Gujarat following Amir Khan’s tweet.
Richa Chadda thinks, deforestation and pollution due to the use of plastic is one among the main reason for these kind of floods. She reiterates to take preventive measures rather than finding solution reminding the devastating floods in India in past few years.
Vivek Oberoi, reminding the Mumbai flood situation, asking people to help the flood affected people of Assam and Gujarat via any mean.
Both Richa and Vivek urged the people to donate to CM’s relief fund.
As of now hundreds of people lost their lives due to this natural calamity in Assam and as well as in Gujarat.
Prime minister of India, Narendra Modi visited Assam on Tuesday, 2nd of August 2017, and declared a package of Rs 2,700 crore as aid for relief, rehabilitation, rebuilding-reconstruction and to take measure to mitigate flood in the deluge-hit North Eastern states. Out of the package declared, Rs 2,000 crore will arrive for short-term actions for 5 states. Assam, which is the worst -hit, where more than 4 lakh people affected leaving their residence behind to get away from the massive flood will get about Rs 1,200 crore restore, maintenance of roads, bridges and other broken infrastructure.