Bangalore, March 19: The quantum of loss that has been caused – emotionally, financially and socially, in the last two years due to the dreadful COVID situation is massive and it takes at least few years for things to come back to normalcy, said M. S. Raksha Ramaiah, youth Congress leader.
Taking a tour at the photo exhibition, at the Chitrakala Parishath organized by media photographer Kandavara Venkatesh, which were captured during the tough Corona situation, he said that the damage caused due to the Corona is mammoth. It is definitely not easy to get over it.
With the help of good Samaritans who extended helping hands the society could come out of dreadful covid situation. A number of politicians, non-government agencies, government and a few individuals literally toiled amid covid situation. Food kits and other required materials were distributed to public at free of cost, Ramaiah lauded.
The youth congress has rendered memorable service across the nation by providing food, medicine, sanitizer and masks. The Congress arranged oxygen cylinders and beds required for needy patients. Their work is etched in the history, he recalled.
When Corona was at peak entire country got locked down and hardly anybody ventured out. But, photographer Venkatesh braved it all and captured a massive 22,000 photographs. He has handpicked best pictures and organized photo exhibition. This exhibition is historical and enters the history book, appreciated Ramaiah.