Kerala community in Kuwait Loka Kerala Sabha meets up to support for the distressed people in the flooding

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Kerala community in Kuwait under the Loka Kerala Sabha members once again rouse to the most needed time of their state as it was battered by Torrential rains, subsequent fast flood and large-scale mudslides. Last year in the same time of the year Kerala witnessed the devastating centuries largest flood and that time the Indian community here came out with helping hand s to Kerala. In the present floods and landslides two panchayats where washed off and five districts were completely affected. For most Keralites, the extent of the flooding, the economic and infrastructural damage - and worst of all - the loss of lives was something that was matching the one witnessed last year in the same time.

Kuwait based Keralites under the Loka Kerala Saba convened the community leaders meets to drum up the needed emergency support for the distressed people in the flooding. More than 100 members participated from 35 organizations on short notice showed the communities eagerness to help the compatriots. Visiting well-known Migration Expert, orator, Kerala Public Service Commission member Dr. Ginu Zacharia inaugurated the meet. “ Kerala dispora community is the backbone of Kerala and protecting their interest is the primary duty of the Left Democratic Front government. The various welfare measures taken by the Kerala government for its diaspora is the best proof for the same “ Jinu said in his speech. He also lauded the Kerala diaspora for its contributions to the Kerala when the state was going through hardships due to the climate change disasters.

The meeting conducted at Abassiya was presided over by Sreemlal, N Ajith Kumar briefed about the Kerala government migrant friendly policies and programs. Mubarak kamroth (GKPA) Muhammed Faizal (FIMA)Sakir Hussain (KIG) Jyothidas ( Santhwanam Kuwait), I V Alex (Idukki Association, Sathar Kunnil (INL), T V Hikmath ( Kala), Jacob channapetta, Basheer Batha, and V D Paulose spoke on the occasion . Babu Francis made the concluding remarks. Sam Pynummoodu welcomed the gathering and Thomas Mathew Kadavil expressed vote of thanks

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