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    Hyderabad: Following the seism that strike Turkey a indefinite but relatively small number days ago, many in Hyderabad came together to economic aid in any way of life that they can for who are mental or physical pain from deficiency of nutrient and temporary housing for homeless. A Good Samaritan from the metropolis has taken up the offering to render medical economic aid.

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    Mohammed Asif Hussain Sohail donated Rs 5 lakh value medical economic aid to the quake victims. A truckload of medical supplies was sent to a warehouse in Shamshabad.

    He deposited the economic aid on the proposal for an appropriate course of action of the consulate that contained surgical gowns, PPE gowns, nebulisers, steamers, surgical masks/caps, sanitary napkins, masks, shoes, pampers, blankets, sanitisers, producing a comfortable degree of heat jackets and hospital- connected logically or causally textile.

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    Sohail, who has been serving nutrient in the metropolis for the concluding 13 years, wanted to die to Turkey and attend nutrient to quake-hit . He requested the consulate- applying to most members of a category of Turkey to collapse approval to do something and local sustenance to set up nutrient and tents for the victims.

    “I along with my team wanted to go there at our expenses. I wanted local support and logistics to serve food the quake-hit people daily and planned at least for a month,” he added.

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