Kolkata: With the weather conditions improving slightly and the Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) releasing less water, the situation in the 11 flood-hit districts of West Bengal have improved slightly, as per government report.
But the life of victims of flood-hit areas are still in misery in some parts of West Bengal.
Ghatal, the most affected among all the other districts. Ghatal was considered as low land area and master-plan has not yet implemented. Many wards of Ghatal Chandrakona town and Daspur block are till now marooned under water.
Earlier, The air force pressed into service a helicopter to rescue 39 people who were trapped inside a two-storey house at Pratappur village in the Ghatal sub-division of West Midnapore district.
An NGO ‘BLESSING LIFE’ has come forward to help the people of flood-hit area of Ghatal on Sunday. ‘BLESSING LIFE’ is a non-profit voluntary organization established in the year of 2015 no Sooner after Nepal earth quake Now the Organization is functioning in India covering West Bengal, Nepal .The organization focuses on affected areas and people due to natural calamity . As on today the organization is able to reach up to 800 such needy people across the country.
On Sunday the members of ‘BLESSING LIFE’ had visited the flood-hit areas of Daspur in Ghatal in the district of West Midnapore, distributing relief to the victim of flood. The NGO has provided the homeless people of Daspur Block with food and water. They turned to be savior for the villager on their days of distress. Earlier, ‘BLESSING LIFE’ has also provided relief to the Nepal earthquake victims.
Disaster do happen in the world, like war, natural disasters, disease. But out of those situations always arise stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.