People Stand By Kerala Irrespective Of Religious Differences


Siuri: After reading Namaz, Kazi, Hayder and Sulaiman collected relief money for flood-hit Kerala.

On this ward number 5 councillor Kazi Fajruddin said, “We are all Indians. There is
no religious difference during time of any natural calamity. This is the tradition of India.”

He also said that if needed then again money will be collected. It will be sent to Kerala for those who need it.

Daily life has been disrupted in Kerala due to devastating flood situation. More than 300 people have been dead in recent Kerala flood. West Bengal government is ready to bring back if anybody from WB is in immobile condition in Kerala.

The authority is ready to extend their helping hand to them. According to Nabanna
version, Mamata Banerjee has ordered all the BDOs’ to track the situation. Block District Officers are responsible to find out that anybody from Bengal have got stuck in Kerala. Government will start rescue work based on those status.

The concerned government has also informed Kerala Government to revert back the fresh status mentioning descriptive data. Malay Dey, State secretary has contacted Kerala officials regarding this matter.

Many people go to the Kerala for professions. Families have knocked the administrative headquarter to enquire the situations. State has already formed a disaster management team for the rescue operation in Kerala.