Leader from Karnataka gets praised by opposition parties! To the North Karnataka flood victims, MLA Aravind Limbavali donates Rs 42 lakhs, sends 12 trucks with necessary items

Karnataka has been suffering with the worst flood in the past 50 years. The floods have affected almost all the regions of the state, but North (Uttara) Karnataka regions have been pathetically hit. Thousands of houses have been totally destroyed and hundreds of crores of properties have been damaged.

While few people have lost their lives, thousands of animals and other wildlife have been killed by the brutal flood. Now that the rain has reduced a bit across the state of Karnataka, the next gigantic task is to rebuild the state. At several districts, entire village have been wiped off, which is indeed tragic.

Now it is upto the new chief minister of the state Mr BS Yediyurappa on how would he handle the situation. But already the MLAs of the ruling party are carrying out massive relief works.

The Mahadevapura MLA Aravind Limbavali has been carrying out all forms of relief works with the help of his constituency. Till date, Mr Aravind Limbavali has sent a total of Rs 41,95,651 to the flood victims of Uttara Karnataka.

In the above amount, Rs 29,77,651 has been sent through cheque and Rs 12,18,000 through Demand Draft (DD). This huge amount has been collected in the name of RSS Sanchalitha Santrastha Parihara Nidhi.

Not just this, MLA Aravind Limbavali under his leadership, has sent 12 trucks to the flood affected regions. Among the 12 trucks, one truck has been sent to Belthangady, a Taluk situated in Dakshina Kannada district.

The trucks consisted of all the necessary items the victims needed like rice, milk, cloths, drinking water, medicines. After looking at such kind of dedicated work from the MLA, not just people but even the political rivals have started to praise Mr Aravind Limbavali.

He is a staunch Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) karyakartha and has held several important positions in the past. In the 2018 Lok Sabha elections, he got re-elected from Mahadevapura constituency.

Hansika Raj