Garden of India restaurant joins forces to make appeal for flood victims in Bangladesh
Business / Sun 19th Jun 2022 am30 09:58am
HELP FOR FLOOD VICTIMS IN SYLHET, BANGLADESH
DAYS of heavy rain at the beginning of monsoon season have caused widespread flooding in Sylhet, north-eastern Bangladesh, leaving millions stranded without shelter, food, or access to clean water.
Flood water is now over a metre above the danger zone, causing damages to region’s infrastructure and buildings. The whole region is facing power outages, and almost all schools have been converted to makeshift flood shelters where possible.
The government have deployed members of the armed forces across the region to speed up the rescue and relief efforts, but more help is required.
The Snooty Mehmaan in Oxfordshire, has teamed up with several other businesses around the UK to raise essential funds to do our part in helping those in need during this crisis.
The Snooty Mehmaan, Faringdon, Oxfordshire
Nurjenna Indian Cuisine, Southgate, London
Jaan Indian Express, Weston-super-Mare
Day of the Raj, Mill Hill London
Garden of India, Harlow, Essex
Indi Yang, Torquay
A spokesperson said: “We are asking all our valued customers to donate generously where you can to help the people of Sylhet during their time of need.
“We are happy to add an amount to your bill at the end of the meal or ad an amount to your takeaway order when you place it via our website or app.
“All funds will go directly to the people who require it the most with the help of local people and extended family”.
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