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A pair who run a school in Mumbai’s Malad have waived off expenses and distributed meals amongst people in the midst of the lockdown interval.
Migza and Faiz who run a private tutorial prepare titled Zeal English Medium School have fed virtually 1,800 people given that beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown inside the metropolis.
Faiz talked about, “I also work for a company. When demand for resources increased, we decided to use my provident fund savings. I’ve spent about Rs 4.5 lakh till now.”
Residents of the Malwani talked about the couple had started this small school 10 years prior to now and had larger than 300 scholar from Classes 1 to 10. Most of the students are from the densely populated slum area of Ambojwadi.
Migza talked about in the midst of the following few days when the lockdown started, they started receiving requires help from people.
“Most people who stay here are migrant and daily wage workers. Looking at their condition, we got in touch with some NGOs and started distributing Khichdi but soon felt that this was not enough. We came to know that the situation was worse than we thought. So we decided to help people,” Migza talked about.
“We did not want to keep money in our bank and see people struggling for food so we started using our savings,” she talked about.
“I had withdrawn Rs 5 lakh from our account and spent nearly Rs 4.5 lakh till now. We appeal to others to please come forward to help the needy in this crisis,” talked about Shaikh.