Justice Kurian Joseph steps up to volunteer in Kerala Flood Relief ActivitiesAugust 18 2018
As Delhi-based lawyers carried on their efforts to organize relief materials for the Kerala flood crisis, they had a surprise volunteer turning up in the shape of senior judge of the Supreme Court, Justice Kurian Joseph.
Justice Joseph arrived with his contribution in the evening and was seen interacting with the volunteers at the collection centre.
Later, it was found that Justice Joseph has also stepped up to assume the role of a volunteer. As per reports, the judge arrived at around 6 in the evening and has since been volunteering along with lawyers and others.
Justice Kurian Joseph of Supreme Court is volunteering and he has been here since 2 hours ago. This is the spirit of resistance and I am sure Kerala will survive! #KeralaFloods pic.twitter.com/1maSNh3skg
— Mukund (@eminentjurist) August 18, 2018
Among others who have also contributed towards flood relief is Justice KM Joseph. Earlier, it was also reported that Attorney General KK Venugopal made a sizeable contribution of Rs 1 crore towards the Chief Minister's Disaster Relief Fund.
The flood relief collection activities at Delhi will go until midnight today.
The collection point will be open for donations till 12 AM. Donors can drop off flood relief materials at the parking grounds before the Indian Law Institute, opposite to the Supreme Court. These materials will be airlifted to Kerala by the Navy tomorrow.
Essential items required include bedsheets, lowers for men, nighties, t-shirts, underwear (all sizes), sanitary napkins, diapers, rusk, maida, dal etc.
The following persons may be contacted for more details –
Usha Nandini – 995817520
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