Mumbai: A voluntary drive by IndianOil employees for Konkan flood relief. IndianOil employee volunteers distributed groceries, rice, cloths, sanitizers, phenyl, cleaning materials, sanitary napkins, and other essentials to the 700 families in the villages of Chiplun and Rajapur, Maharashtra. IndianOil employees across Western Region locations voluntarily contributed to this relief fund containing 7200 kgs foodgrains, 400 boxes of clothes, 350 boxes containing toothpaste, toothbrush, washing soup, phenyl, etc. The villages almost washed away due to the flood. While distributing the groceries COVID19 norms were followed.
The aftermaths of the flood are still making life in these villages very hard and made many villagers homeless. Piles of accumulated mud and debris can be seen in all corners of the village. Layers of mud deposited inside their house made their life even miserable. Mud covered vehicles can be seen in every corner.
Team IndianOil visited those who lost their homes and offered all their support.
Retail Outlets in the Konkan belt ensured fuel supply at all times and offered their support to the villagers by cleaning and repairing the drowned vehicles.