SOCIAL WORKER RAMNIET MUKHERJEE DISTRIBUTES MASKS, SANITIZERS, SNACKS TO CHANDIGARH POLICE
SHE IS A DYNAMIC HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST FROM CHANDIGARH
Chandigarh: Ms Ramniet S Mukherjee, a dynamic human rights activist from Chandigarh, who is an United Nations Awardee and founder of Helping India Trust initiated a drive to distribute masks, sanitizers, juice and snacks. She and her youth wing representative Karan Khurana, a Hockey athlete from Punjab University, met SSP Nilambari Vijay Jagdale at Chandigarh Police,Headquarters at Sector 9.
The drive is to help Chandigarh Police in the fight against COVID19 crisis. Helping India has been quite active in past few years whenever some natural calamity occured and has done examplary work in Uttrakhand during the 2013 Kedarnath tragedy.
Ramniet S Mukherjee being specially abled showed ability to share love and care to the police personnel who are acting as major support to the citizens of Chandigarh and requested All to remember to be humble and thankful to them and show love by coming forward. HI Helping India will be contributing essential needs to police personels posted at barriers in continuation from time to time.
Ramniet S Mukherjee said, “It is our duty to show love and care through simple gestures to our front line warriors, that includes police personnels like Kuldeep Sharma, working round the clock and serving people while risking their lives.”