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Ajay Devgn donated an oxygen cylinder, a ventilator to Dharavi emergency hospital








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Mumbai, June 1 (Actor) Ajay Devgn has donated an oxygen cylinder and two portable ventilators to a 200-bed field hospital in Dharavi.

Considered the largest slums in Asia, Dharavi has a population of more than 6.5 lakhs who live in an area of ​​more than 2.5 square kilometers. More than 1500 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the area.

“Ajay has helped Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) establish facilities by contributing through its production house, the Ajay Devgn Films Foundation (ADFF),” a source close to the actor said.

The contribution came a few days after the actor tweeted that he helped 700 families in Dharavi with rations and cleaning supplies.

“Dharavi is at the epicenter of the COVID-19 epidemic. Many citizens supported by MCGM work tirelessly in the field through NGOs to provide rations and cleaning supplies for those in need. We at ADFF are helping 700 families. I urge you to also contribute. #MissionDharavi , “star” Tanhaji “tweeted.

Ajay has also donated Rs 51 lakh to the West India Cine Employees Federation (FWICE) to support daily wage workers from the film industry after national lockdown. PTI JUR

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Mumbai, June 1 (Actor) Ajay Devgn has donated an oxygen cylinder and two portable ventilators to a 200-bed field hospital in Dharavi.

Considered the largest slums in Asia, Dharavi has a population of more than 6.5 lakhs who live in an area of ​​more than 2.5 square kilometers. More than 1500 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the area.

“Ajay has helped Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) establish facilities by contributing through its production house, the Ajay Devgn Films Foundation (ADFF),” a source close to the actor said.

The contribution came a few days after the actor tweeted that he helped 700 families in Dharavi with rations and cleaning supplies.

“Dharavi is at the epicenter of the COVID-19 epidemic. Many citizens supported by MCGM work tirelessly in the field through NGOs to provide rations and cleaning supplies for those in need. We at ADFF are helping 700 families. I urge you to also contribute. #MissionDharavi , “star” Tanhaji “tweeted.

Ajay has also donated Rs 51 lakh to the West India Cine Employees Federation (FWICE) to support daily wage workers from the film industry after national lockdown. PTI JUR

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Disclaimer: – This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is generated automatically from the news agency feed. Source: PTI


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