YD news | Shah Rukh Khan contributes 25000 PPE kits
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is always active to help in difficult situation like Covid-19. He has been in the forefront of providing help, as India fights Covid-19.
In his latest endeavor, Shah rukh Khan has provided 25000 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to medical teams across Maharashtra.
This came into light as actor took to Twitter to throw light on it. And after a minister in the Maharashtra government also thanked him.
Shah Rukh Khan contributes 25000 PPE kits
Replying to Rajesh Tope, minister of public health and family welfare, government of Maharashtra, Shah Rukh wrote on Twitter: “Thank you sir for all your help to source the kits. We are all together in this endeavor to protect ourselves and humanity. Glad to be of service. May your family & team be safe and healthy.” In his Twitter message, Rajesh had written: “Many thanks Mr. Shah Rukh Khan for your kind contribution of 25,000 PPE kits. This will go a long way in supporting our fight against COVID19 & protecting our frontline medical care team @iamsrk @MeerFoundation @CMOMaharashtra.”
Look at the Shah Rukh Khan tweet:
The official Twitter handle of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had a couple of days ago thanked SRK and his wife, Gauri Khan for offering their “4-story personal office space to help expand our quarantine capacity equipped with essentials for quarantined children, women and elderly.”
Apart from this, the IPL-franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) owner had also committed to contributing to the PM-Cares Fund. And had also donated to both the Maharashtra and West Bengal Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Apart from this, Bollywood actor Shah Rukh has also been doing his bit in creating awareness.
As per the reports he will join artists from around the world for a cause to help front-line health care workers.
He will join for a global television and streaming special curated by pop star Lady Gaga to support and applaud front-line health care workers in their battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s called One World Together At Home. And the virtual concert organised by the World Health Organization (WHO) and international advocacy organisation Global Citizen will air on April 18 and will feature the real-life experiences of doctors, nurses and families living through the pandemic.