Neha Kakkar came forward to help the families of those missing in Uttarakhand disaster, donated Rs 3 lakh

Neha Kakkar has now come forward to help those missing in the Uttarakhand disaster after financial aid to Bollywood’s famous lyricist Santosh Anand by paying Rs 5 lakh. He has announced a grant of Rs 3 lakh to help the families of the missing laborers of Uttarakhand.

Neha Kakkar will make this announcement in the upcoming episode of ‘Indian Idol 12’ this week. This week’s weekend episode will be the special ‘India Ki Farmash’, which will be hosted by Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiya. In this episode, Contestant Pawandeep Rajan asked to sing a song on the workers lost in the Uttarakhand disaster.

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He said, ‘Today I will sing a song which my father Suresh Rajan has composed. This is a song from Uttarakhand, whose lyrics are – Kaan karoon search in Malwa. Through this song, I will pay tribute to those who went missing in the disaster after the glacier burst in Chamoli district. Everyone present there is struggling to find the missing people, but still my Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat ji begs to help the laborers’ families.

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Neha cried after listening to Pawandeep’s song, donated 3 lakhs for Uttarakhand

Pawandeep then sings the song ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’, which his father composed. Listening to Pawandeep’s song and story, Neha Kakkar is unable to stop her tears and weeps bitterly. She praises Pawandeep and says, ‘We all know that you are a very good singer, but also a good person. Since you have stood in support of the missing laborers and have appealed to all the people to help the families of the missing people as per their ability, I would like to donate Rs 3 lakh to help the families of those missing people. It is our duty to help those people in this tragedy. ‘

Let us tell you that on February 7, in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, more than 136 went missing in the flood after the glacier broke, about which nothing has been revealed so far. As of Monday, search and rescue teams had recovered 68 bodies from the area.


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