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India TV’s Rajat Sharma donate Rs 64 lakh towards flood-hit Uttarakhand

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev took to Twitter to praise Sharma’s contribution and hailed his leadership

Continuing his long practice of extending help to people hit hard by natural calamities, India TV Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma, who turned 64 on Thursday (February 18), donated Rs 64 lakh for those affected by the disaster in Chamoli of Uttarakhand.

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev took to Twitter to praise Sharma’s contribution and hailed his leadership.

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"Every patriot should take up the cause of helping those affected by the tragedy by joining the #ReliefWithRajatSharma campaign. Greetings to Rajat Sharma on his birthday," Ramdev tweeted in Hindi.

"Rajat Sharma's journey of struggle to success gives inspiration to crores of Indians. He is a role model for many," Ramdev said on India TV.

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The disaster was triggered after a portion of the Nanda Devi glacier burst through its banks in Chamoli district on February 7, leading to an avalanche and a deluge that ripped through the Alaknanda river system in the upper reaches of the ecologically fragile Himalayas. So far, 58 bodies of disaster victims have been recovered including 11 from a tunnel in Tapovan, while 146 people are still missing.

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