Special Thanks to 3 Lady Stars for the Gaja Cyclone Relief Support

We, Nagai & Thanjai DELTA Region people living in Kuwait, would like to express our gratitude, appreciation and thanks to the 3 lady stars Dr.Leema Rosa Martin, Dr. Meena Jayakumar and Dr.Radha Bellen for their kind help to the Gaja cyclone victims in the Delta Region Tamilnadu.

GRS2Everyone knows that the recent Gaja Cyclone destroyed the numerous lives in Delta districts. Most of the people have been forced out of their homes and into relief camps.  Post cyclone relief, lot of organizations, NGOs, voluntary groups and individuals came forward as a human race, and contributed as much as as possible. We thank to everyone who donated their valuable time, effort and contribution to support our friends and relatives affected.

Dr. Leema Rosa Martin, is a Director of the Martin Group of Companies. She is the Correspondent of Martin Homoeopathy Medical College & Hospital, Coimbatore. Her interest towards the upliftment of the poor and under privileged has driven her to do lot of social work. Dr. Leema, donated Rs. 5 Crore to the Chief Minister Relief Fund through Martin Charitable Trust for the Gaja relief affected areas. Also she has directly contributed around 3 crore Rupees worth of materials to the affected people.

GRS1Dr. Meena Jayakumar, Chairman, “AALAM VIZHUTHUGAL ARAKKATTALAI” charity is helping for the needy people; Whenever she is seeing a poor or sick person or someone in a distress situation, she swings into action to extend a helping hand in whatever way possible. She has extended her help to the gaja affected people by providing Tarpaulin sheets, bedsheets, dresses, sanitary napkins, groceries, food etc.

Dr. Radha Bellon is running a charity called “GREENER COIMBATORE” through which she has been doing tree plantation in Coimbatore. Other the tree plantation she has been doing lot of social services too. She also mobilized the food, essential and basic materials and distributed to the needy people in the affected area.

Thanks to all the people supported for all the help we received after the Gaja Cyclone.