Rovers help flood victims in northeast of India
Rovers in the northeastern part of India have been mobilised to help people affected by flood due to incessant rains since the 14th of July. Some Rovers braved the flood and evacuated residents who were trapped in their houses, others distributed food, clothes, blankets and medicine in different relief camps.
Rovers and Scout leaders continue to collaborate with local government agencies to render different services.
Local reports say that at least 10,000 people of two districts of Tripura were left homeless and are now in relief camps and government buildings.
- With reports from Bharat Scouts & Guides