Kejriwal urges AAP workers to volunteer for relief aid work amid Uttarakhand floods

New Delhi, Oct 19 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday urged the workers of the Aam Aadmi Party in Uttarakhand to volunteer for relief work as the hill state continues to be ravaged by heavy rainfall causing landslides and floods.

The chief minister, who is also the national convenor of AAP, took to Twitter and prayed for the safety of people trapped amid the natural disaster.

‘Heart-wrenching news is coming from Uttarakhand about the damage caused by the disaster. I pray to Baba Kedarnath for everyone’s safety. I also appeal to all the workers of Aam Aadmi Party to help the public in every way possible during these difficult times,” he posted on Twitter.

Heavy rainfall over the past week has resulted in landslides and flood-like situations in several parts of Uttarakhand. The situation has led to the closure of many national highways and roads as landslide debris blocked vehicular movement.


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