new Delhi. In the ongoing Kovid-19 crisis in the country, almost every person is helping the needy to the best of their ability. In this difficult time of the corona virus, not only the affluent are providing support to the poor people, there are some people who are helping others in their best ways despite the lack of basic facilities. Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the public aware of Raju Bazigar’s efforts and dedication to the country at the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on 31 May. PM said that Raju Bazigar, despite being physically challenged, is distributing face masks and food to poor people for free in this difficult time of corona virus.
Let me tell you that Raju Bazigar is a resident of Pathankot in Punjab and he has been living for many years outside the Pathankot SMDRSD College begging people. Our media person Sanjeev Thakur Interacted over the phone with Raju and congratulated him on the work that was done to help the people. Raju said that the money he gives people, he uses it almost entirely in charity works and because of the challenges he faces in life, he understands the pain and suffering of poor people well. Raju also said that this is not the first time that I have helped others, I started charity works by giving money and essential things to poor girls wedding.
Raju said that with the help of the local people he has been able to do charity work till now, some years ago some locals gave him a three-wheeler and since then Raju started covering the whole city, due to which His income increased day by day. When Raju was asked about the total amount used during the lockdown, he told that about 1 lakh rupees have been used for arranging food and face masks for the needy people. In the last, Raju said that he has also suggested to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to open free sewing learning centers for poor girls so that girls can become independent and help their family financially.
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