NALSAR Alumni & Students Come to the Aid of Migrants and the Cyclone Hit Bengal

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The students and alumni of the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), Hyderabad has successfully raised funds worth Rupees twenty-five lacs; to support the stranded migrant workers. Being that, the money is used in travel arrangements, food, water, and sanitation kits for the migrants. They have partnered with civil society organizations like Foodshala and other individuals to fulfill their purpose.

Projects undertaken by NALSAR

They have arranged flight travel from Bangalore to Raipur; wherein hundreds of people including children, infants, and senior citizens have been transported via an indigo flight. Being that, they collaborated with Loving Migrant Workers Network and Samarth Charitable Trust, and Azim Premji University. Furthermore, they arranged bus travel from Asind to Chitrakoot; facilitating the travel of various migrant families. NALSAR Alumni collaborated with Jai Bhim Vikas Sanstha for the same. Besides, they also extended a helping hand for the Cyclone hit Bengal. In association with Bangla Sanskriti Mancha, it supplied ration kits more than two hundred families. Additionally, they are in the process of disbursing money to the National Hawker Federation in Kolkata for their community kitchens.

They have ensured food security at Secunderabad Railway Station. Adding to it, Logistic support for bus travels for transporting migrants to East-Indian states has been enured. The Alumni contacted the concerned NGOs for avoiding any hassles while crossing the border between Meghalaya and Manipur.

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Shriya Kataria
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