Mata Amrithanandamayi Math and a Gulf-based Indian business tycoon on Sunday offered to give financial aid to the victims of Puttingal Devi Temple fire tragedy near Kollam.
Extending a helping hand, businessman M A Yousuf Ali said he will provide Rs one lakh to families of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to the injured.
Soon after the tragedy struck early today that has left 106 people dead and over 380 injured, the Kollam-based Math responded with a charitable aid package for the injured and families of the deceased.
"The Math will provide Rs one lakh to the families of the deceased and Rs 50,000 for injured," it said in a statement in Kochi.
The Math has also said that all injured would get fee treatment at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (Amrita Hospital) in Kochi.
Another Gulf-based healthcare tycoon Azad Moopen rushed a ten-member medical team from his hospital Aster Medicity in Kochi to Kollam to help the victims.
"We shall also transport patients for advanced treatment to Aster Medicity, Kochi," Moopen said.