Goa flood: Pramod Sawant thanks BSE for donating Rs 5 lakh to CM's Relief Fund
In a tweet, the Goa CM said that he appreciated this noble gesture of the Mumbai-based bourse.
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The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) contributed a sum of Rs 5 lakh to the Goa Chief Minister's Relief Fund for flood relief work on Wednesday.
The Goa Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant thanked the Mumbai-based bourse, and shared a picture on Twitter. He wrote, "Bombay Stock Exchange donated Rs 5 lakh towards Chief Minister's Relief Fund for flood relief works in Goa. Sincerely appreciate the noble gesture of @BSEIndia."
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) donated ₹ 5 Lakhs towards Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for flood relief works in Goa. S… https://t.co/3IPmxHyLgC— Dr. Pramod Sawant (@DrPramodPSawant) 1567010025000
On August 12, release of water from the dam over the Tillari river in Maharashtra caused a flood-like situation in two border villages in Goa - Sal and Ibrahimpur.
Over the last one month, Goa has witnessed unprecedented rains which has caused flooding in several areas across the North Goa district. Two people have died while crops worth crores of rupees were damaged in heavy rains. Several low lying areas were also flooded on account of the heavy rains.