Muskaan Thakur

While the world is bracing itself for the worst-ever pandemics, festivals provide us with the much-needed hope for a better future.
Eid 2020 will always remember Chef Vikas Khanna’s magnanimous gesture.

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Chef Vikas Khanna
Chef Vikas Khanna
Khanna in association with Maximus Collabs distributed more than 100,000 kgs of dry ration to the needy. With blessings from the sacred Haji Ali Dargah, the distribution was held at Mohammad Ali Road, Dharavi and Mahim Dargah. All safety and social distancing guidelines were followed by the team.
Distribution of dry ration at Haji Ali Dargah
To help migrant labourers, going to their home towns on foot, Khanna partnered with Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and converted 100 gas stations on the highways across UP, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh into food stations.
Paytm, India Gate, Vodafone Foundation, Granules and Beans, Pushp Masala, Mawana Sugar, Finolex Industries, Mukul Madhav Foundation, Bambino Sevaiyan & Pasta, Daawat Basmati Rice and Bergner Indian supported Khanna’s distribution drive, which provided 6 million meals across 125 cities in India. Khanna is also distributing sanitary pads in collaboration with Niine sanitary napkins.

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Dry ration packets

 

 

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