News report by Dolly Kaku :
Mumbai : Lions Club of 3231(A1) Dr. Sushil Punyani shares on his charitable activity and his experience amid the Covid-19 induced lockdown
Mumbai: Lions Club of 3231(A1)
is one of the prestigious Club spread across 200 countries
While sharing his views
on his charitable activity and his experience amid the Covid-19 induced lockdown with Hello Mumbai News Team, Dr. Sushil said that he had distributed essential commodities to people who are in need.
Dr. Sushil also said they had even distributed food like grains, rice, salt ,poha ,cooking oil, sugar etc.. she and her group members and also distributed PP, mask and sanitizers to hospitals like Nair Hospital, K E M Hospital, Sion Hospital and even to Police Personnel.
He further affirmed that it is a sensitive and a difficult situation for everyone. But “let’s do it for those who need it most“.
They have done many Charity projects by having donated 122 light weight cardboard beds to BMC for quarantine centre at Kane ,Nagar BMC School Antop Hill for Covid-19 patients. They have undertaken many Charity projects some of which are:
First Hunger relief -They provided food to unprivileged people, hospitals and for cancer patients and free food to people who are staying at Shri Gadge Maharaj Dharamshala.
Second is diabetic patients, they have conducted many diabetic checkup camps and around 2 lakh people have been checked in that camp for FREE. They created Guinness World Record for diabetes checkup plan.
Third is vision- For this they donated money to people who have eye related problem so that they can get operated in hospitals and give them free checkups.
Just as a Lions Club member planted trees in villages as oaft environment, likewise in Mumbai, they had organised an awareness rally by the name of “NO PLAPLASTIC” at the Churchgate Station. At the occasion, they distributed a large number of cloth bags for free.
Fifth Childhood Cancer – All the children affected through this cancer are being helped by Lions Club by funding the hospital where they would be treated. Apart from they also help in railway station cleaning project and provide wheel chairs for old people to set at the railway station and in trains.
On his personal views on Covid-19 situation, he says, stay home. should not take stress, wear mask for protection, wash hands in small intervals. Everyone should buy groceries online and stay positive as coronavirus will take time to abate. according to her government Agencies are trying their best to help citizen of India as there are millions of people government is helping workers to travel their home safely. In future there club is planning to help people buy a wearing them how to take precautions in this situation.
The message for the people is to be careful and not to get scared. Be safe at home and keep maintaining social distance.
News Edit by K.V.Raman