Hindu muslim unity in chennai floods

2020-02-25 06:11

Chennai united: Help pours in from all corners as floods continue As Chennai reels under the worstever floods to hit the Tamil Nadu capital, help is pouring in from all corners.Dec 19, 2015 Muslims came for the relief work, the person who inspired them is SEE Chennai witnessed a heavy floods which not only destroyed properties but also lives. Skip navigation hindu muslim unity in chennai floods

JAIPUR: In the midst of a dense forest 12km from Jhalawar located at a lesser known historical site Dalhanpur was once a pillar of HinduMuslim unity.

In Flood Hit Chennai, Young Muslim Men Are Cleaning Temples To Help Their Hindu Neighbours. So, we cleaned the mosques and temples and the streets badly damaged in the two areas Peer Mohammed, a postgraduate in engineering and a student wing secretary of the group told The Hindu. The group have already helped in cleaning two temples, in Kotturpuram and Saidapet. They also plan to continue Dec 07, 2015 Among the heartwarming stories to have emerged from the Chennai floods is a cleaning drive undertaken by a Muslim organisation. Around 50 members of Jammat E Islami Hind, a nongovernmental organisathindu muslim unity in chennai floods Chennai floods: Financial loss may exceed Rs 15, 000 crore. Industry body Assocham on Wednesday estimated the financial loss in Chennai floods to exceed Rs 15, 000 crore even as insurance companies are anticipating claims of at least Rs 500 crore.