The founder-chairman of GNRC hospital, Dr. Nomal Chandra Borah on Saturday extended his support to the chief minister’s relief fund in Assam for the rescue and relief operations being undertaken after floods hit several parts of the state in the last few days.
Several parts of Guwahati were submerged in flood water following incessant rainfall over the past week.
The GNRC chairman made a donation of Rs five lakhs towards the CM’s relief fund today, showing support for the government in its work to get relief to the affected people in Assam.
Dr. Borah said, “The situation in Assam is that of peril as floods have hit several parts of the state. I have made a small donation towards the CM’s relief fund so that the flood affected people may get help.”
“I take this platform to call for fellow citizens to donate to the relief fund within their capacity,” he added.
He further said that a GNRC hospital is committed to assist the government in any way during this crisis.
Earlier this year, Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) had donated Rs 2.5 crore to the Assam Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to aid the state government's relief efforts to tackle the devastation caused by the prevailing flood situation across the state.