The country is witnessing a 21-day lockdown, as announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to contain the spread of the virus, which has claimed the lives of over many people globally.
In this time of crisis actress Pranitha Subhash has pledged her support to a new initiative aimed at supporting the daily wage-earners who have been severely affected by the lockdown imposed to combat coronavirus.
Elaborating about the initiative, Pranitha Subhash says "Our daily wage workers, our house helps, municipality workers, construction workers, auto walla etc are finding it very very difficult right now because they have no source of income. The Government is doing their bit but I still think that all of us should come together & help them. It costs about Rs 2000/- through this crisis per family & I on behalf of Pranitha Foundation I will be supporting 50 families but it is a very small number in the big picture. Pranitha Foundation has joined hands with the LogicalIndian and Efforts4Good and started an initiative #HelpTheHelpingHands. We are planning to support about 500 families & for this we need your support. Please come forward & donate. Even if you can support one family, it will make a big difference for all of us. The funds will be used by the families to buy medicines, ration & other basis supplies"
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