Friday, 16 Apr 2021
An Indian expatriate in Muscat has found a unique way to raise funds for flood victims in the southern state of Kerala.

Expat makes use of Kerala flood collage on automobile to develop awareness

Habeeb Thayyil is making use of collage of photos of Kerala floods on his automobile to develop awareness and raise funds. He has devoted the campaign to these fishermen who have saved the lives of hundreds of individuals throughout the floods which hit the state final month.

Speaking exclusively to Muscat Daily
, Thayyil stated, “My artist friend Anjo and I thought over this idea and then approached my sponsor, Tariq Siddique.”

He stated that the employer was really satisfied to assist him get the necessary permissions from the authorities. “I got the work done on my car at a garage in Wadi Kabir last week. The permission from ROP is valid for a year.”

Thayyil runs popcorn stands at hypermarkets in numerous components of the nation. “After seeing the images on my car, both Omanis and expatriates have expressed their desire to donate money. I usually travel across the country for my business purposes. This way more people will get to know about the natural disaster in Kerala.”

Thayyil is not accepting money and has requested individuals to donate straight to the Kerala Chief Minister’s Relief Fund at https://donation.cmdrf.kerala.gov.in/

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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