Indian Muslims take the lead of relief activities during Chenai floods

During the horrendous floods in Chennai, India, Mosques have opened their doors to all the victims irrespective of their religious beliefs and offered them food, water, mats, clothes, and shelter. One of them was Triplicane Mosque in the district of Tamil Nadu, which provided food for more than 3000 people per day. Volunteers from the Triplicane Mosque also saved a Hindu family as their residence was flooded.