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Assam Flood: Karan Johar helped Assam flood victims, deposited the amount in CM Relief Fund


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Assam Flood: The people of Assam are going through a very bad phase at this time. The havoc of floods in Assam is not taking its name to stop. In such a situation, people have extended their hands to help. Our Bollywood stars also did not lag behind in this noble cause. In the past, Aamir Khan had helped the people of Assam openly. At the same time, the name of filmmaker Karan Johar has also been added to this goodness.

Karan Johar has gone ahead and extended a helping hand to the flood victims. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has given this information to everyone through Twitter. Karan Johar has donated Rs 11 lakh for the Assam flood relief work.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted, ‘Grateful to filmmaker Karan Johar and Dharma Productions for contributing Rs 11 lakh to CM Relief Fund. Apart from Karan, he also thanked Rohit Shetty. He wrote, ‘Thank you also to ‘Rohit Shetty’ for the initiative of bringing the entire film industry together for the Assam floods.’

Let us tell you that Rohit Shetty started this noble cause by donating 5 lakh rupees. After which Arjun Kapoor also deposited an amount of Rs 5 lakh. CM has already thanked both. If we talk about the situation in Assam – 14 lakh people in 22 districts are struggling due to this severe flood. So far many people have even washed their hands with their lives.

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