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Lions Club Of Mumbai Game Changer Secretary Pinky Kedia Shares Her Views And Her Experience Amid Lockdown

Written by Hello Womeniya

Lions Clubs which are scattered across the country are acknowledged for their selfless service and even during occasions they they don’t stop and work beyond their capacity to help the needy whenever any crisis arises. Needless to mention that the Lions Club have always extended their hands for noble and deserving causes. They believe in their motto “We Serve.”

Amid the ongoing nationwide lockdown many institutions, socio-cultural organisations, NGO’s and social workers have been doing their best to help the underprivileged and needy.

Interacting with Hello Womeniya News Reporter Dolly Kaku, she mentioned how she learnt new ways of doing work. She spent quality time with her family and household chores which was also shared by her family members. She felt grateful to God that they had all the necessities and so it wasn’t a bad experience.

She is practicing for CA, and all her working is from home. They are trying to do the work from wherever it is feasible and possible. But again it depends on their clients, if they are not comfortable to put their data on cloud it is challenging for India.

Pinky’s appeal to people is to come out from home for essential services. She does exercise, take precautions as suggested by Ayush Mantralaya and doctors. She belives that, For the Government you are a number but everything is for your family.

According to her, government should allow limited number of passengers on a particular road or street. But it is also true that to control crowd public transport should be restricted. And on another hand employer are asking staffs to attend office if they want salary.

Amid the lockdown she distributed food grains to the underprivileged and needy. She was into spreading positive messages and said that she is also migrant. She added, ” I never wanted to be addressed as migrant worker. We all are Indians after all and live in India. We should not be mentioned by that name. It is only political thinking to divide or mislead public.”

She revealed, many workers moved to their native places because of the fear of this pandemic . They had every thing here, but because of the fear of COVID 19 they moved and spread virus unknowingly.

With unlocking on, industries are handicapped in absence of workers. And the workers who returned to their native are also not getting work in their native state .

News Reported By Dolly Kaku

News Edited By Anisha Nandan

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