Bollywood is helping people in different ways amid the coronavirus crisis. Some are sending money directly to the account of star workers, while some are helping through food packets etc. At the same time, stars like Sonu Sood engaged in sending migrant laborers home. Now the great hero of the century i.e., Amitabh Bachchan, has also come forward to help the migrant laborers. By the way, Amitabh Bachchan is continuously helping people without announcing on social media.
Amitabh Bachchan Booked 3 Flights
Yes, food has given to the poor for Amitabh Bachchan for a long time, the Corona Warriors have helped. Also, a few days ago, Amitabh had arranged for transport to help 200 people and sent them to his home. Now Amitabh has arranged flights and booked three flights to send 500 migrant laborers to his home in Benares. This help from Amitabh is much appreciated.
As per the Midday report, Amitabh Bachchan has booked three flights and arranged for 500 migrant laborers to sent to Varanasi. According to the report, Rajesh Yadav, managing director of Amitabh’s company, is overseeing this work. Sources say, ‘All this done to help, and Amitabh Bachchan wants that it should not spread much. He suffered greatly from the plight of migrant laborers and decided to help them. ‘
It told me that he had hired a flight to Varanasi by Indigo Airlines, which is scheduled to leave on Wednesday. One hundred eighty migrants traveling on the morning flight have asked to report at the airport at 6 am. Initially, there was a plan to send him home by train, but the logistics were not working. After that, two more chartered aircraft have taken in the day.
Explain that in the coming days, Amitabh is going to send laborers to West Bengal, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, and other states too. Along with this, 10 thousand ration kits have also distributed by Amitabh Bachchan. Which has proved very useful for many families? With the help of Haji Ali Trust and Pir Makhdoom Saheb Trust, they are distributing 4500 packets of food per day to the needy people, and this work is being done continuously from 28 March 2020.