Haryana Police donates Rs. 2.5cr for Kerala victims

India

18 Oct 2018

Haryana Police donates one-day salary towards Kerala flood victims

The Haryana Police today donated Rs. 2.5 crore towards relief and rehabilitation of flood victims in Kerala.

A cheque was handed over to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar by Director General of Police (DGP) BS Sandhu in Chandigarh, an official statement said.

All officers and ranks of the Haryana Police had contributed their one day's salary towards the cause, it said.

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493 people lost their lives in devastating floods of Kerala

Additional Chief Secretary (Home) SS Prasad, ADGP (CID) Anil Kumar Rao and Inspector General of Police (Modernization) HS Doon were also present on the occasion.

Kerala had suffered huge damages in the torrential rains that lashed the state in August last, claiming 493 lives and leaving a trail of destruction.

Many states and groups donated huge sums for the rehabilitation of victims.

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