Vikramjit Singh Sahney, Member of Parliament and Chairman of Sun Foundation, on Thursday visited flood-hit areas in and round Ropar in Punjab and donated Rs 50 lakh for establishing a dam.
He visited the most-impacted villages of Awankot, Kiratpur Sahib Dana Mandi and Anandpur Sahib.
Sahney additionally visited severely impacted villages Burj and as demanded by the locals he donated Rs 50 lakh for making a dam for future safety.
Punjab Education Minister Harjot Singh Bains accompanied Sahney throughout his go to to flood hit areas.
Sahney additionally donated 50 large water proof tents to function short-term shelters which might accommodate over 1, 000 folks at any given time.
Along with these meals packets, clear consuming water, primary medicines, mosquito repellents, and many others., for quick reduction had been disturbed by over 100 volunteers of Sun Foundation.
In order to offer higher amenities to the reduction staff and volunteers, Sahney distributed 1, 000 raincoats, 1, 000 gumboots, 1, 000 gloves, 100 lifejackets and 500 security gears and numerous different required materials for efficient reduction work.
Sahney additionally offered 600 quintal fodder for livestock, who’re orst impacted by the fixed rains.
He stated there are numerous farmers residing marginally, within the space, whose livelihood relies on these livestock and the well being of cattle is significant to assist the flood survivors to get again to life to normalcy after the water would recede.
Sahney stated Punjab goes by attempting instances however as historical past evidences Punjab has the potential to outlive by adversities and this shall repeat.
Sahney stated the Sun Foundation is would offer each attainable reduction to all flood impacted folks.