Yesterday, after 2 weeks of the flood we got a chance to survey the affected areas and the state of their home are terribly disastrous with the level of mental distress they are going through. It is such a heartbreaking tragic as their homes were under water completely. Just imagine. Now the challenge is to accept the calamity and come over it. Their are individuals who work and get their pays daily after work to run their home, some get their pays on weekly basis who then sustain and run their family. Today they have no job to go, to run their family, to sustain but clean the muddy mess due to flood. People now have to wait in queue with a hope that someone will get them groceries and may be then they can cook and feed themselves. We also got to know that the families are relocated to either some of their relatives and those who don’t have any they still live in government schools, the head person of the family still trying their best to clean their homes full of mud so that they get back to the normal life. May god give them courage and strength in such a huge devastating situation.
Water spread across 12-15 kms
Zoom the pic and you will be able to see the muddy water level on the trees(green vs brown). Waste thrown on roads to clean their homes.
This is 1RK home and the man of this house is cleaning it from last 4 days as and when he is able to get water from here and their.😞
Carrying grains and groceries
Zoom the pic and you can see the water level above the door. This place is 2 kms far from the river.
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Thank you for your contribution.
15th Aug 2019- We have purchased some of the grocery items and also collected clothes, blankets, sweaters etc. Here are the attached pics for your reference. Keep checking for the updates. Your donation will be used wisely and reach to the genuine and will be used at ground level.
I would like to thank every individual for your huge contribution.
Over 4 lakh people have been evacuated to safer places from flood-affected parts of Maharashtra in last five days, including 3.78 lakh from the worst-hit Kolhapur and Sangli districts where water began to recede slowly on August 10.
A total of 30 persons died in rain-related incidents in five districts of western Maharashtra in the last one week, including 12 who drowned when a boat capsized in Sangli.
People have to evacuate their homes. It is not only NDRF or Indian Army’s responsibility to help them let us also initiate our helping hand to raise some funds and provide them our wearable clothes and we are also in need of volunteers who could collate the clothes in their respective area from friends or family. Let us all come together and help Maharashtra. We very well know we all have helped Kerala last year and other states in the past. Let us all be a responsible human and help our brothers and sisters.