When almost entire Kerala faced a bad experience owing to heavy downpour and the flash flood, the whole nation stepped forward and took prime responsibility to help the neighbouring state by supplying whatever things they needed in tough times. The state is facing its worst flood in history after 1924. It is learnt that 10 out of 14 districts were affected.
The state incurred a loss of Rs.8,316 crores and generous people across India are doing their maximum best to donate money to the less unfortunate people. At one end, people are helping the sufferers by donating money and at the other end, Sikh charity is providing food to the hungry and homeless people, restoring faith in humanity.
Amid contributions from people in India, a young Indian billionaire, Paytm boss was ruthlessly criticized for his contribution considering his wealth. Here is how Twitter reacted:
So you have earned more than what you have donated. Good business tactics
— Prem Babel (@prembabel) August 18, 2018
Oh hell!!! This is the lowest low, using a calamity to gain mileage for his brand. @vijayshekhar Shame on you.
— Himika Chaudhuri (@himikac) August 18, 2018
@vijayshekhar you are one disgusting person. I hope your children feel ashamed of you.
— SLW (Long Live Democracy!) (@SanghiLiveWire) August 18, 2018
Paytm founder @vijayshekhar Sharma, The youngest Indian billionaire with net worth of $1.7 billion did a self promotion by posting a screenshot of him donating a huge amount Rs.10000 via his @Paytm app towards #KeralaFloods. Deleted it later. pic.twitter.com/ML7GHh1Y8i
— Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) August 18, 2018