After Sonu Sood-Prakash Raj, Amitabh Bachchan came to the aid of migrant laborers, arrangement of 10 buses
The whole world is currently under the grip of the Corona virus and the situation in India is constantly getting worse. On one hand, the poor are facing financial problems, on the other hand they are stuck in lockdown away from their families. Many celebs, ranging from ordinary people, came forward to help to fight this problem. Many actors including Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Varun Dhawan extended their hands to the people. At the same time, these days where Bollywood actors Sonu Sood and Prakash Raj are helping people reach their home by increasing, in the meantime, Big B has also raised his hand for help. If the news is to be believed then Amitabh Bachchan has taken a fleet of workers like Sonu and Prakash Raj to take them to their homes.
As per Spotboy’s report, Amitabh Bachchan’s office has also shown interest in helping the workers and they are arranging 10 buses to send them to their village Uttar Pradesh. These buses will leave from Haji Ali (Mumbai) on Thursday, 28 May.
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Amitabh Bachchan has helped thousands of families and migrant laborers to provide ration and PPE kits to the hospital and police station, before the initiative to bring the laborers to their homes. Rajesh Yadav, MD, AB Corp Ltd is helping the needy on behalf of Amitabh Bachchan. From March 28 till now, 4500 packets of (cooked) food are distributed daily in different areas of Mumbai at Haji Ali Dargah, Dharavi, Juhu and other places. Apart from this, ration has been distributed to 10 thousand families. This packet contains so much dry grain in which a family’s month-long work can go on smoothly.
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Amitabh Bachchan and his team are taking full care of not only food but also other things. Since May 9, migrant laborers returning home from Mumbai are being distributed 2000 dry food packets, 2000 water bottles and 1200 slippers.