Mumbai: 17-year-old distributes PPE kits, grains, sanitisers to needy with pocket money
| Monday | 29th June, 2020
A 17-year-old boy distributed grains and hand sanitisers among the needy, in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, spending Rs 15,000 pocket money he had saved.
17-year-old Husain Zakir decided to proceed with the initiative after hearing the news of medical staff and policemen dying due to the deadly virus.
When Rotaract Club came to know about the initiative, he was honoured and made the President of the club.
"17-year-old Husain Zakir is thought to be the youngest President of a community-based Rotaract Club," read a press release.
When Husain came to know about it, he provided me with grains, PPE kits and sanitisers.
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