Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar contributed Rs five crore to the Assam chief minister’s Relief Fund in order to help the flood affected people in the State.
Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal thanked Khattar for his massive contribution to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
He also thanked him for showing concern and support to the flood affected people of the State.
Sonowal stated on his official Twitter handle:
‘Thank you Haryana CM @mlkhattar ji for contributing ? 5 crore towards those affected by the floods in Assam. Your concern and support gives more strength to the entire state to fight this natural calamity.’
Apart from the Haryana chief minister, several other organisations, MLAs, government employees and individuals also contributed to the Assam CM’s relief Fund on Thursday.
A delegation of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council contributed Rs 6,81,108 to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Non-governmental organizations Ajmal Foundation and Markazul Maarif handed over cheques of Rs 10 lakh and Rs 5 lakh respectively to the Assam chief minister as their contributions to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Assam Hydrocarbon & Energy Company Limited and Assam Tea Corporation Limited made contributions of Rs 2 lakh and Rs 1,54,701 respectively to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
PWD (Rural Roads) Contractor Association of Dibrugarh district and Assam Transport contributed Rs 9,99,999 and Rs 8.03 lakh respectively to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Shivam Transcom CEO Pritam Hazarika and members of Mother Teresa Social Welfare Mission of KKHSOU contributed Rs 5 lakh each to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Assam Legislative Assembly deputy speaker Aminul Haque ,excise minister Parimal Suklabaidya and Patharkandi MLA Krishendu Paul contributed Rs 1 lakh each to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund
Moreover, several MLAs like Kishor Nath, Narayan Deka, Rupak Sarmah, Bolin Chetia and Mansing Rongpi also contributed generously to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund