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Mumbai: Lions Club of Excellency District 3231 (A3) President Mayank Mehta shares his views and charity work with Hello Mumbai News Team

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Mumbai: Lions Club of Excellency District 3231 (A3) President Mayank Mehta shares his views and charity work with Hello Mumbai News Team
Food kits distribution.

News report by Dolly Kaku: 

Mumbai: Lions Club of Excellency District 3231 (A3) President Mayank Mehta shares his views and charity work with Hello Mumbai News Team

Mumbai: Lions Club is an international organization it basically gives service in an area of Hunger ,Diabetes, Vision, Environment ,Cancer and in area of education.
Col.Dr Mayank Mehta President Lions Club Of Mumbai Excellency is also Territory Commander Of International Police Commission Western Indian Command in Association with Thane Rural Police Officers and Members Of Social Hands for Social cause.

In an interaction over phone with Hello Mumbai News Team,
Dr. Mehta said that his experience amid this lockdown has been peaceful. He not only distributed food and necessities to needy people and migrant workers but also distributed masks and sanitizers to Police Officers. He also helped other members of Lions Club family to get quarantined when their report turned out positive. Prior to lockdown they conducted one Health Medical Camp for old age people and also distributed pamplates for Awareness of covid-19.
Notably, in the month of January they made posters and slogans for that camp . They also undertook a distribution drive of food grains, vegetables and masks for the needy families staying in footpath or slum areas of Mira Bhayandar twin city during the Covid-19 induced lockdown..

The message he needs to give to Mumbaikers is as “our city is getting unlocked. The best thing they can do is “selfcare“. We should not take the situation lightly as we have not found the vaccine yet. We can’t rely on some institution or others and need to take precautions by ourselves. Government rules and regulation should be followed strictly. We have to follow basic rules while washing or sanitizing hands repeatedly, maintain distance, eat hygienic food. They have also helped migrant workers to reach their native place.

According to Dr. Mehta, government is doing their best of their ability. The only problem is that they should have taken care of medical field. Their priority should be transformed to medical infrastructure as patients face problems to get admitted in hospital due to lack of ventilators as cases are increasing each day .

Finally his appeal to everyone is not to be careless after unlock of the lockdown.

His views on migrant workers is that, many workers from small scale industries, in Maharashtra State, nearly 11 lakh people got transferred as a result, there is shortage of workers which impact on big industries. This could be a challenge for government. As workers will think twice to return to Maharashtra.

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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