Security Samaritans – Chennai Floods
Honors Selfless Security Men By lending a Helping Hand, 05-03-2016 Saturday. Kesari Higher Secy School, (Oppo: Ellaiyamman Koil, Teynampet), Pondy Bazaar, T.Nagar, Chennai 17. AROUND 1000 SECURITY EMPLOYEES PROVIDED WITH LIFE SUSTAINING MATERIALS
When Chennai and its surroundings were battered by heavy rain and the Chennai city with unexpected flood, a section of our society worked in safeguarding the lives of others with a selfless heart and sympathy. They were the so called “Security Personnel” whom we employ in our Apartments and Offices. They struggled hard without food and water in order to save the people in the apartments and the valuable objects in the office premises where they are employed. They never thought about their own families which were equally suffering at far off places.
Ungalukagha Charitable Trust, Chennai has come forward to lend a helping hand by way of honouring these unhonoured “Security Samaritans” by way of offering life sustaining materials to them. The Indian Association of Seychelles is joining with the Trust in extending this help. Its Chariman Shri K.Ramakrishnan Pillai has extended his association’s help in materializing this “Help Camp”.
This “Helping the Security Samaritans Camp” is held on Saturday, March 5th, 2016, at the Kesari Higher Secondary School Campus, on Pondy Bazaar Road (near Mount Road Point). Around 1000 security guards were provided with a kit of life sustainable things like a Ramraj Dhothi, One Bedsheet, One Lungee, One Towel, a pack of 5 Kg of rice, One Kilo Cooking Oil besides a few more food articles. The total cost of these gift packs is around Rs. 12 Lakhs. The arrangements are being done and supervised by Dr Suneel, the founder of Ungalukagha Charitable Trust and Shri K.Ramakrishnan Pillai, Chairman, Indian Association Seychelles.
Padmashree Dr Vivek, the famous Cine artist and social worker and Dr V Kanagasabai, Former Dean, Rajeev Gandhi Government Hospital Chennai, Dr.P.Senthilnathan, Senior Dental Consultant, Appolo Hospitals, chennai have graced the occasion and distributed the life sustaining materials kit to the “Security Samaritans”
For further information you are welcome to contact Dr Suneel, Founder and Chairman, Ungalukagha. Charitable Trust. Mobile: 95512 96999 /