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Mini truck with relief material flagged off in Khammam
A mini truck laden with medicines and other necessary commodities was flagged off to floodravaged KeralaPadma Sri Darepalli Ramaiah flagged off the vehicle which carried the medicine required for about 60,000 people along with other essential commodities here at the Collectorate in Khammam The relief material laden vehicle was arranged by Vibrants of Kalam organisation
Khammam: A mini truck laden with medicines and other necessary commodities was flagged off to flood-ravaged Kerala. Padma Sri Darepalli Ramaiah flagged off the vehicle which carried the medicine required for about 60,000 people along with other essential commodities here at the Collectorate in Khammam. The relief material laden vehicle was arranged by Vibrants of Kalam organisation.
Speaking on the occasion, the founder president of the organisation Vijay Kalam said, “lakhs of people became homeless and are living in miserable condition after floods in Kerala which killed more than 500 people till date.”
“It is the prime responsibility of every citizen to come forward for lending the helping hand to the people of Kerala who are facing of lot of hardships. Any small help done with humanity would turn into greater thing for them,” he added.
The representatives of the organisation Sadiq Shaik, Vijaya Chowdary, Srinu, Sulthan, Vinod, Raja, Bhaskar, Vinay, Raj Kumar were among those who are going to Kerala for extending helping hand to the flood victims.
Circle Inspector Anjali, Dr. K Pradeep, G Venkateshwarlu, J Sunil Kumar, Dr. Kareem, Sai Sumanth, Women’s Degree College principal Padma Latha, Ashok, Jhonson, Swaroopa Rani and Jaya Prabha were present on the occasion.