Sunday, March 13, 2011

Tsunami sweeps across Pacific after huge Japan quake - India to send woollen blankets to Japan

Another Reason, why i hate this bloody traitor congress party of India.
why only blanket ?:confused:  are these congressi corrupt suckers busy in analyzing how to make more money/bribes by sending help to Japan ?:
Japan is one of  India's best friend/wellwisher , they helped us in all good and bad times
now they need our help, and our fkn congress party started helping them just by sending blanket, where is our expert medical team/doctors/nurses/temporary hospitals/ search and rescue team ?
1st time i am feeling so ashamed, because of this incompetent congress govt in India.
We need to help our Japanese friends as soon as possible and as much as possible.
If we can send immediate help to pakistan(during flood) in millions dollors then why not to japan ?:confused: :down:
India to send woollen blankets to Japan

IN SOLIDARITY:MPs, artists and journalists take part in a candlelight vigil in New Delhi on Sunday in memory of the victims of earthquake and tsunami which struck Japan.

NEW DELHI: MPs, artists and social activists participated in a candlelight vigil here on Sunday offering prayers for the victims of the twin disaster of quake and tsunami in Japan even as India decided to despatch a planeload of woollen blankets for the displaced reeling in the winter.
Thirty Indians who had taken shelter in rehabilitation camps in Tanida, a tsunami-affected area in Japan, have since been shifted to a hotel, according to official sources.
The Japanese Embassy held a candlelight vigil for the quake victims and paid condolences to those who lost their lives. Japan's envoy Akitaka Saiki thanked the international community for its quick and kind response in its hour of grief and said his government was touched by the gesture. Stressing that Japan was coping with the worst tragedy in recent times, the envoy said all efforts were being made to provide relief to stranded people.

Those present included BJP MPs Tarun Vijay, Rama Jois and BSP MP Vijay Bahadur Singh and noted theatre artiste Amir Raza Hussain and the former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Mukut Mithi. Mr. Vijay saluted the spirit of Japan in coping with the situation and rebuilding its country.
Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao revealed on the twitter India's assistance to Japan to provide relief to people displaced by the quake in areas such as Sendai and other regions now also reeling under cold weather conditions.
Following her discussions with the Japanese Ambassador, woollen blankets were chosen as the most appropriate and useful commodity for the affected population.
The Ministry of External Affairs is in constant touch with Japanese authorities on their requirements with the commitment to extend all possible help to them in this hour of crisis.
The MEA has approached the Haryana and Punjab governments to procure quality blankets

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