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Help Assam Recover from Flood

Assam, one of the best tourism places for natural beauty is under danger. The situation is getting worse and the beauty is fading away. The situation is very severe and one cannot fight the calamity alone. Not much media coverage is going on and hence most of the Indian people are unaware of our present deadly situation.

Most of the people are mute in this situation and none are discussing about how to save our lives. The Brahmaputra is flowing above the danger mark at Nimatighat in Jorhat district. The Jia-Bharali in Sonitpur district and the Dikhow in Sivasagar have also crossed the danger mark. As many as 10 more rivers in the state are showing the same trend.

Kaziranga (The National Park) have been destroyed and most of the precious animals have faced death but still no help. The danger level has crossed and Assam people are in real danger. Here are some images that might describe our pathetic life due to floods:

"Death Toll in Assam Rises to 36 as Flood Waters Wreak Havoc, 28 of 33 Districts Inundated"

Nine fresh deaths -- three from Morigaon, two from Biswanath, one each from Sonitpur, Udalguri, Bongaigaon and Barpeta districts -- were reported on Thursday.

Barpeta is the worst hit with 13.48 lakh people suffering due to the deluge that has damaged over 4,000 houses across the state, swept away 130 animals and affected over 25 lakh big and small animals, besides 23 lakh poultry birds.

Assam is dying in front of everyone and right now we need emergency help from people all over India. So, I request to all the people to donate whatever they can.

Details for direct bank transfer / UPI
UPI: givetomlpcmrfassam@yesbankltd (Copy to clipboard)

Or

  • Virtual account name: ASSAM CHIEF MINISTER RELIEF FUNDS - Milaap
  • Account number: 8080811090946
  • IFSC code: YESB0CMSNOC
Or

Account Name: Chief Minister's Relief Fund Assam 
Account Number: 35969660230 (SBI), Secretariat Branch 
IFSC: SBIN0010755 
PAN: AAATC4667K 
Contribute through cheque or demand draft.

Thanks,
Porikshit Saikia

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21st August 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for contributing to such a cause. Without your help, we could not reach to the people in remote and distant villages of Assam. Thanks again. Jai Hind!

Our campaign has ended so the distribution of food/medicine at ground level(flood-affected villages).

We came back to Delhi after 4-weeks of a long haul.

Here is the list of villages/panchayats/Wards in Assam where we distributed our relief packages after donating a cheque to CMRF.

Please keep watching the space here for more updates about how and where we visited. (Updates coming soon)
@ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/re4dytohelp
@ Twitter : @ReadyToHelp4

List of flood-affected villages:



Thanks,
Prashant & Team
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for contributing to such a cause. Without your help, we could not reach to the people in remote and distant villages of Assam. Thanks again. Jai Hind!

Our campaign has ended so the distribution of food/medicine at ground level(flood-affected villages).

We came back to Delhi after 4-weeks of a long haul.

Here is the list of villages/panchayats/Wards in Assam where we distributed our relief packages after donating a cheque to CMRF.

Please keep watching the space here for more updates about how and where we visited. (Updates coming soon)
@ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/re4dytohelp
@ Twitter : @ReadyToHelp4

List of flood-affected villages:



Thanks,
Prashant & Team
3rd August 2019
Here is the update for Day 2 at ground level.

Day 2 Update:
1. We visited 2 villages and successfully able to deliver the packets to each family.
2. We already packaged packets for 2 villages at our premises.

Few pictures from the both villages are here:

Village 1: Ujurighat district Baksa near Nalbari, Assam












Village 2: Jarataluk district Baksa near Nalbari, Assam











Thanks
Prashant & Team
Here is the update for Day 2 at ground level.

Day 2 Update:
1. We visited 2 villages and successfully able to deliver the packets to each family.
2. We already packaged packets for 2 villages at our premises.

Few pictures from the both villages are here:

Village 1: Ujurighat district Baksa near Nalbari, Assam












Village 2: Jarataluk district Baksa near Nalbari, Assam











Thanks
Prashant & Team
3rd August 2019
HI Guys,

Few updates for you people from ground level in Assam.

DAY 1. We visited a village called  BARALIMARI in MORIGAON, ASSAM. We were amazed as we took food and medical packets for 500 people as we were expecting only that much but there was some miscommunication between Area Circle Officer and us so when we went we found out people from 4 villages are already waiting for us there, so we had to call the police from the nearby police station. The count of people there were more than 3k  people so it was very difficult to manage them. But somehow with the help of the head of the village, we were able to distribute the packages. It took time for us as we did not do the packaging as per people's count at our storage place. However we were able to distribute the packets as we prepared them in the village school and distribute them.
Here are the pictures for reference













Thanks
Prashant & Team
HI Guys,

Few updates for you people from ground level in Assam.

DAY 1. We visited a village called  BARALIMARI in MORIGAON, ASSAM. We were amazed as we took food and medical packets for 500 people as we were expecting only that much but there was some miscommunication between Area Circle Officer and us so when we went we found out people from 4 villages are already waiting for us there, so we had to call the police from the nearby police station. The count of people there were more than 3k  people so it was very difficult to manage them. But somehow with the help of the head of the village, we were able to distribute the packages. It took time for us as we did not do the packaging as per people's count at our storage place. However we were able to distribute the packets as we prepared them in the village school and distribute them.
Here are the pictures for reference













Thanks
Prashant & Team
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Goal: Rs.500,000

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