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An initiative has been launched to create awareness about the current flood catastrophe in Assam.

The initiative christened ‘India for Assam’ also called for help in the rehabilitation of flood-affected people.

The initiative has been launched by the media group Times Network.

It has urged all countrymen to help Assam by contributing to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, a release by the company said.

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“Assam flood situation continues to remain grim, painfully displacing both humans and wildlife,” the release said urging for donations.

“Assam is facing the worst of natures fury, even as it confronts COVID-19. Efforts to restore normalcy in Assam requires our immediate attention. ‘India for Assam’ is a clarion call to the nation, appealing to all Indians to step forward and generously donate to the task of relief & rehabilitation,” the release further said.

The ‘India for Assam’ national level drive will run through Times Now, Times Now World, Mirror Now and on to create maximum assistance in the rehabilitation efforts, the release added.


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