While the country is directing all its attention and force towards the control of the second wave of the pandemic, many people are stepping up to help those in need. Actor Maniesh Paul recently donated Ration Kits To BMC workers who worked relentlessly to clean the beaches post the destruction caused by the cyclone.
Cyclone Tauktae engulfed and damaged properties near the beaches in Mumbai. In a way, it brought back all the waste that we have carelessly dumped into it. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) workers cleared over 153 metric tonnes of garbage from the beaches. Maniesh Paul donated an undisclosed amount to the dedicated BMC workers who cleaned up the nine beaches. As per reports, the actor-host provided the team with ration kits that included a month’s supply of rice, lentils, and other essentials.
It is heartening to witness people like Maniesh coming forward to help the BMC safai karamcharis, who had been toiling hard on the beaches to clear up the waste spewed by the sea. He provided ration kits to the families as a mark of respect and admiration for their hard work towards society.
On the work front, Maniesh Paul has been roped in for Dharma Productions’ next film Jug Jug Jiyo, helmed by Raj Mehta.
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