Kerala Flood Heroes ,Who has no fear
Indian Navy Captain P Rajkumar Rescues 26 People, Commander Vijay Airlifts A Pregnant Woman To Hospital
On Friday, Capt Rajkumar, a pilot of Indian Navy Helicopter Sea King 528, lifted 26 people from the affected area, hanging between the trees, saving them from the devastation in a single sortie. Captain P Rajkumar was also awarded the Shaurya Chakra this Independence Day for his exemplary act of bravery by flying and tearing into the storm, saving 4 people from the cyclone Ockhi. The laudable endeavour by Capt P Rajkumar is breaking the internet with applause.
In another praiseworthy act of saving a life came into light, as reported by India today. Commander Vijay, a pilot of the Indian Navy, airlifted a pregnant lady to evacuate her from the flood affected area to Sanjivani hospital for treatment. According to reports, the woman successfully gave birth to a baby. India today correspondent, Shiv Aroor tweet about the well-being of Mother and newborn Spokesperson of Navy tweeted about the commendable effort made by Indian Navy pilot.
A pregnant lady with water bag leaking has been airlifted and evacuated to Sanjivani. Doctor was lowered to assess the lady. Operation successful #OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 pic.twitter.com/bycGXEBV8q
— SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 17, 2018
National Disaster Response Force, India launches biggest ever rescue and relief operation in flood affected Kerala.
Journalist Cancels Daughter’s Engagement, Donates Money To CM Relief Fund
In one of the most heart-melting efforts, Manoj a journalist from Trivandrum, Kerala, cancelled his daughter’s engagement and decided to donate the funds for the betterment of the sinking State. After contemplating the situation of the State, the resident editor of Deshabhimani Daily, Manoj sensed that it is the need of the hour to help Kerala from the life-destroying flood. He shared about his step in a Facebook post.
19 YO Kerala Girl Sells Fish And Donates 1.5 Lakhs To Needy People
A 19-year-old girl named Hanan Hanai is a Kerala student and who had recevied severe backlash after the photos of her in uniform selling fish went viral. Yes, we don’t understand why did the girl face such a problem. However, what the girl did next will make you respect her even more.
Well, the 19-year-old showed so much of humanity and kindness by donating Rs 1.5 lakhs to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF). Yes, you heard it right!
The little girl has inspired so many after her survival story has been known to the world. The girl funds her own education and supports her family by selling fish alongside attending classes. Hanan’s story has taken the internet by storm and she has become an ideal example of girl power for many out there.
Governments are also helping with open heart.
Odisha government sends 240-member fire services team to carry out rescue operations.
Tamilnadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy says 500 metric tonnes of rice, 300 metric tonne of milk powder and 15 thousand litres of UHT milk, Dhoties, lungies and ten thousand bedsheets will be sent to Kerala as relief measure immediately.
Delhi government to donate Rs 10 crore to flood-battered Kerala.
Indian Railways on Friday sent over 2.8 lakh liter of drinking water to the state through wagons and also bottled water.
“The Southern Railway has dispatched one water special consisting of seven wagons with water tank from the Erode Junction station at 4 p.m. today with 2.8 lakh liter of drinking water,” Rajesh Dutt Bajpai, Director Media Railway Ministry, said.
He said the special train to Trivandrum will run via Dindigul, Madurai and Tirunelveli.
He also said that the seven wagons with water have moved from Chengalpattu in Tamil Nadu.