Jammu Kashmir government Sunday guaranteed a help of Rs 2 crore for supporting surge alleviation endeavors in progress in Kerala.
Senator Narinder Nath Vohra passed on to Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan the choice of the J&K government to give help of Rs 2 crore for supporting the surge alleviation endeavors under route in Kerala
The Governor passed on to the Chief Minister Kerala the distress and earnest sensitivity of the general population and legislature of Jammu Kashmir over the unfortunate loss of many lives and colossal harm to open and private properties in the most exceedingly awful surge emergency which Kerala has looked in the previous a very long while.
Senator Vohra and individuals from his State Administrative Council (SAC) mourned the deplorable demise of a few many individuals who lost their lives in the surge anger and passed on their sensitivity for the lakhs of families who had been rendered destitute in Kerala.
Senator Vohra likewise reported that reasonable game plans were by and large desperately set up for general society of Jammu Kashmir to add to the Kerala Flood Relief Fund.
The legislature would give data with respect to the address at which singular commitments could be sent on Monday.