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Alms seeker offers helping hand to COVID-19 relief fund in Madurai

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Alms seeker offers helping hand to COVID-19 relief fund in Madurai

Alms seeker offers helping hand to COVID-19 relief fund in Madurai

An alms seeker from Madurai came forward to help during COVID-19 crisis time.

He collected money for COVID relief fund and donated to Madurai District Collector.

He used to travel place to place to collect the funds.

So far, he has donated Rs 90,000 to the COVID-19 relief fund 9 times.

He also got recognized for his efforts on eve of Independence Day by the District Collector.


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