Expatriate Indian industrialist Shamsi Vairil is said to have been born in Kerala. Later moved to United Arab Emirates. There he established a company called Burjeel Holdings. He is currently the chairman of the organization. 11 crore donated for earthquake-ravaged Syria and Turkey has been handed over to the Red Crescent of Amirshahi. The organization has conducted relief work in earthquake-hit areas.
It is reported that the 11 crores donated by Shamsir Vairil will only be used for providing medicines for the treatment of injured people in the earthquake affected areas as well as for the rehabilitation of those who lost their homes. Also, it is reported that the funds will be spent on relocating the victims of the earthquake (Turkey-Syria Earthquake). The expatriate Indian industrialist is excited to stand next to earthquake-ravaged Syria and Turkey. He thinks that this small donation of his will be able to meet the needs of the victims. Even before this, Shamsir Vairil was seen coming forward in social work. of India Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) The expatriate Indian resident of Amirshahi also contributed money to the relief fund.
It should be noted that in 2018, Shamsir Vairil came forward in the fight against Nipah virus in Kerala. He provided medical equipment at that time. Along with that he was seen coming forward in the development of primary health centers in Kerala. Incidentally, the death toll is increasing by leaps and bounds in the terrible earthquakes in Turkey and Syria on February 6. It is reported that more than 34 thousand people have died so far. Most of these deaths occurred in Turkey. It is said that the death toll has exceeded 31,000. The death toll is expected to increase.
Earthquake in Turkey (Turkey-Syria Earthquake) Multiple areas were created in the rubble. It has been claimed from several quarters that this incident is due to illegal construction. Although several countries around the world have extended their helping hand due to the earthquake, this may be the first time on an individual level. And in that case, the expatriate Indian industrialist created a precedent.