Peace of mind and a great service
Mr. Mariasusai, the managing trustee of Rehoboth educational trust says that "It's not enough to provide service to those who are in need, but actually we must care for them", who's taking care of 97 people who're unable to move to their hometowns during this lock down period.
He's getting support from the Chennai corporation and several other trusts. He's running three shelters for the homeless people in Thiruvottiyur, chennai. He's also running shelters at Thiruvallur, Avadi and Pallavaram. He's now taking care of around 97 people who are from different states of India and who are unable to return to their hometowns. The highlight is that he's carrying those people and also has plans for their entertainment and personal hygiene. For maintaining the mental well-being of the inmates, following the social distrancing at the same time he makes sure that the inmates don't lack out of entertainment.
Those people from states like Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, UP and Hyderabad have been sent to the shelters from the central railway station, chennai as soon as the trains with which they were about to leave to their states got cancelled. Mr. Mariasusai finds interesting ways to recreate themselves in order to avoid the panic of the situation.
We salute our Lead Kindness Hero Mariasusai trustee of Rehoboth educational trust
Story By : Gayathri Krithika