It is raining in many states of the country. Because many towns and cities have been affected by the floods. Although governments are doing everything they can to help them. At the same time, many Bollywood stars are also reaching out to help people affected by the floods. These include the name of the famous and veteran Bollywood actor, Salman Khan.
Salman Khan is helping people in villages and urban areas affected by the floods in Maharashtra by providing them with relief supplies. Together with Salman Khan, Yuva Sena Leader and I Love Mumbai President Rahul N Kanal, they are also helping people affected by the floods. He spoke to the English website Mid-Day. During this, he revealed that Salman Khan is helping the flood victims in Maharashtra.
Rahul N Kanal said: ‘We have delivered 500 ration kits. Each kit contains 5 kg of rice-wheat, 2 kg of legumes, 1 liter of oil, 1 kg of tea leaves and 2 kg of spice mix. We have also distributed 50 thousand words of water. 5 thousand sanitary napkins and 50 thousand packages of cookies have been distributed. We are also providing food prepared with utensils to people. This is being done through volunteers from all the locals.
According to Rahul N Kanal, together with Salman Khan, he has initiated this comprehensive plan to make the citizens of the state stand up. According to Rahul N Kanal, the next shipment will go out as soon as the new ration is received. He said: ‘On our next trip, we will send clothes, utensils and other items. Salman Bhai has asked us to ask local people about their needs.
Let us tell you that due to the torrential rains that started on July 22 in Konkan and eight districts in western Maharashtra, a severe flood situation had developed. Approximately 225 people were killed in landslides and floods and properties worth millions of rupees were damaged. The city of Chiplun in the Ratnagiri district and much of the cities of Kolhapur-Sangli in western Maharashtra were submerged for several days. Aid from the army had to be brought to the rescue in these districts.