With a lot of actors and citizens coming forward to help men and women achieve their residences in the course of the coronavirus pandemic, about 180 migrants, who were being stranded owing to the ongoing situation, boarded an Air Asia flight from Hyderabad to Patna, which was supported by alumni of Welham Girls’ College, Dehradun, and other organisations.
Some customers of the association collected Rs 17 lakhs for this chartered flight.
Ratna Prabha, IAS, Former Chief Secretary Govt of Karnataka, founder president UBUNTU (consortium of Females Business people), and now appointed as Chairperson Skill Growth Authority, shared this on Twitter.
She added, “Good initiative and kudos to these ladies! I am confident you will be all immensely blessed.”
Talha Salaria, a Welham alumnus, shared this on her Fb profile and got enormous reaction from social media end users.
Talha mentioned, “It is really a very pleased instant!”
She further added, the alumni of Welham Girls’ School have lifted virtually Rs 17 lakhs to constitution an entire airplane of in excess of 180 travellers below Mission Aaahan Vaahan, an initiative run by NLS Alumni, which is assisting stranded migrants get to the security of their properties.
The flight scheduled for Friday, June 12, 2020, was from Hyderabad to Patna and the passengers involve some that have been strike the toughest. A big group of small children, persons who have been in shelters and some who have not even managed to get support from shelters will be reaching their homes.
Stranded migrant flew to Chhattisgarh
As many as 180 migrant employees stranded in Bengaluru because of to the COVID-19 lockdown flew to Chhattisgarh’s cash Raipur on June 4 in a chartered flight, which was organized by Aaahan Vaahan.
Stories said that Mercy Mission, ILoveBlr belief, United Sikhs, Bangalore Media Foundation and several folks volunteered to coordinate the mission.
Talha mentioned, “Even while we are busy with our individual lives, this goes to show that the Welham spirit prospers and this time will fly large in the skies. We stand by our motto, ladies, “Artha Shanti Phala Vidya”, which usually means “The fulfillment of training is to bring peace to the suffering”.
It need to be pointed out that lakhs of migrants are stranded because of to the ongoing pandemic in diverse elements of the region. Some have arrived at their homes but a lot of continue to await hope.