With no work Mumbai s famed dabbawalas seek financial help during COVID 19 lockdown

  • | Thursday | 9th April, 2020

MUMBAI: With the ongoing lockdown to check the novel coronavirus severely impacting their tiffin delivery service, Mumbai's famed dabbawalas are now seeking financial help from the government to sustain their business and cope up with the current crisis. Known for their flawless tiffin delivery service and excellent management skills in the world, the dabbawalas depend on lakhs of their daily customers for running their business. They distribute nearly 200,000 home-cooked lunches a day, six days a week in Mumbai – the financial capital of India. Clearly, with no work these days, the dabbawalas are facing an acute financial crunch in running their business and seeking financial help from people and the state government. Uddhav said those who wish to help the state in fighting the virus should give their contact numbers on the email ID Covidyoddha@gmail.Com.

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