Due to the 21-day nationwide lockdown, a number of people from various parts of the nation were stranded in different parts of the country.

Among such group of stranded people is a group of four people from Nagaland who are stranded in Kerala right now.

Amid such depressive moments, Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor came to the rescue of the four people.

According to reports, the group from Nagaland have been facing a tough time during the lockdown as their workplace have been closed down.

Unable to meet their daily needs, the four men asked for help online and the Lok Sabha MP responding to their appeal extended a helping hand towards them.

Tharoor swung into action and directed the Kerela Pradesh Congress Committee vice president T Siddique to take cognizance of the situation.

He asked Siddique to look into the problems faced by the men from Nagaland and help them with whatever they require.

Accordingly, the Youth Congress workers in Kozhikode, Kerela came to their rescue and provided them with all the essential commodities and eatables.

The four men work in a cafe in Kozhikode.

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