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KOCHI:  The collection of funds from Muvattupuzha taluk to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund took off to a formal start on Tuesday with the Minister for Local Self- Governments A C Moideen receiving the documents of a 16.5-cent property owned by an ex-serviceman.

A letter consenting the transfer of property owned by Jimmi George, a former soldier who works in the UK now, was handed over by his father P J George and mother Mary George during a fund mobilisation programme held at the Mini Civil Station there.

Following this, several local bodies, voluntary organisations, private individuals and religious organisations handed over their donations to the minister.

P R Muraleedharan, Chairman, Muvattupuzha Urban Bank, handed over a cheque of Rs 10 lakh while Usha Shashidharan, Chairperson, Muvattupuzha Municipality, handed over Rs 2 lakh collected by the civic body.

The drive yielded Rs 49.75 lakh, in addition to Rs 15.63 lakh already contributed by several individuals and organisations in the taluk.

Meanwhile, in Kunnathunad taluk Rs 1.27 crore was collected for the CM’s fund. Of the total amount collected, Rs 1.24 crore was in the form of demand drafts.

Besides the money collected, the authorities received assurances of assistance in rebuilding damaged houses.

The fund collected from the taluk was later handed over to Moideen at a function held at the Perumbavoor Mini Civil Station.

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