Leaders from all political parties join hands to help stranded people
New Delhi: The plight of the stranded people who are stuck in other states due to the countrywide lockdown, especially the migrant labourers, have brought all the political leaders on one platform. Despite their differences, leaders from all political parties have joined hands to help labourers, students and patients who are stuck in and around Delhi-NCR.
Amid the battle against COVID-19, these acts of humanity have not only lifted up the spirits of the people but also helped them in motivating others to come forward to help those who are stranded in the city without any subsistence to survive.
In some of the recent examples, political leaders replying to users on social media shared their plights tagging local administration which has yielded much needed relief.
In a similar attempt, Rashtriya Janata Dal official twitter handle tweeted: "Hon'ble @ArvindKejriwal ji, kindly ensure help to stranded in lockdown, -23 labourers- 8/10 sitla kali mandir,sabzi mandi,ND-7 Fuldev Mehta-8287232991 @dilipkpandey -60 labourers in uttam nagar PintuGupta 8800711254 @AAPNareshBalyan Thanks!"
Replying to the tweet, AAP leader and MLA Dilip Pandey said: "Respected! Help reached the vegetable market where help was needed. Under Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's leadership, we should be able to ensure help the same spirit."
In another tweet, RJD's Tej Pratap Yadav tweeted: "Respected @mlkhattar Yes @srinivasiyc Yes and @Chiranjeev_INC G 50 workers of Aurangabad, Bihar are stranded in Gra-Pokharpur, Po-Mokalwas, Tehsil-Manesar, Thana-Vilaspur, Gurugram, Haryana. Please kindly arrange their ration-water. Contact- 9891337803 @cmohry@DC_Gurugram."
Gurugram Traffic Police replying to his tweet said "Sir, food will be provided by Gurugram police and @cdgurugram at the earliest. Sir, concerned SHO has already been informed for further help.