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Shakti Kapoor opens up on the condition of Migrant workers amid the Coronavirus crisis!

Shakti Kapoor posted an emotional video on his social media handle and addressed the issues faced by migrant workers in the nation. He also revealed receiving messages from random people who are stuck in Mumbai asking for help...

2020-05-27T12:33:00Z

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a standstill and many nations are trying their best to combat this virus. The impact has brought down the global economy and many countries are trying their best to recover from the loss inflicted by COVID-19. Doctors and public servants from several other occupations are doing their best to provide safe and healthy living conditions for us and they always need encouragement. 

Recently, Shakti Kapoor posted an emotional video on his social media handle and addressed the issues faced by migrant workers in the nation. He also revealed receiving messages from random people who are stuck in Mumbai asking for help.

Due to the lockdown, the actor feels that his hands are tied but says that one way to help them in this crisis is by setting up a separate body where people can donate and the money can then be used only for their welfare across India. 

“My heart cries looking at the condition of the migrants. There was a woman who gave birth to a child on the road and after some time, she continued to walk. Some are surviving by eating leaves, while others are dying of hunger and run over by trains and vehicles. There are small children as well who are walking miles, barefoot and with no food and water. How can anybody be okay after watching this? I can’t do much except for donating money. I urge the Government to create an authorised NGO or pan-India initiative to ensure that help reaches out to them,” Kapoor says.

Lauding the efforts of actor Sonu Sood, who booked 10 buses and sent 350 migrant workers to Karnataka from Mumbai, Kapoor says that everyone who is in an affluent position has to come up with practical solutions like these.  

Furthermore, Shakti Kapoor also fears that after all this hardship, the migrants might not come back to the city ever. “The city where they came to for earning their livelihood has now no place for them now. Instead of coming back to all this, they might stay in their home town and survive on the bare minimum,” Kapoor says.

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