With a Coronavirus pandemic spreading and affecting the human race, there are many daily wage workers who are unable to feed themselves and their families. Even though the Government has made arrangements for food and basic amenities, there are some people who are still struggling with food. Many TV and Bollywood celebs have come forward supported the people but Master Chef Vikas Khanna is also providing another essential thing along with food and that is sanitary napkins.
The chef thinks that this is an important item that people need them in this crisis time as well, however, Vikas is heartbroken that men are accepting food but not sanitary napkins. That’s not it, he is also sad because they are throwing it on the street without passing or giving it to someone who is in a major need right now. While sharing the tweet on his Twitter handle, he also urged everyone to help to distribute to them.
His tweet read, “Why do men refuse to take a pack of sanitary napkins when they are taking food. They just throw it on the street. It’s for you to give it someone in/around home. It is a major need right now. Please Help us distribute them. Please.” Reading his tweet, many voluntarily came forward to help Vikas in this movement.
Why do men refuse to take a pack of sanitary napkins when they are taking food. They just throw it on the street. 💔— Vikas Khanna (@TheVikasKhanna) May 19, 2020
It’s for you to give it someone in/around home.
It is a major need right now.
Please Help us distribute them. Please.
One twitter user commented on his post, “Sir i can do it. Lemme know how. And also please reply to my previous tweet.” While one more also came to become a volunteer “Sir this is Nikita please do let me know if you are interested to help.” We saw one giving a solution to Vikas, “Simple. Give the relief packets to women only. Usi se aadmi iss baat ko respect karna seekhengey.”
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