Random Instances Of Altruism

Jul 30, 2020 12:55 PM
mumbai

Random act of kindness indeed spread positive vibes in every direction. For instance actor Sonu Sood had done his bit during the pandemic. In every part of the country there are good souls contributing and giving a helping hand to those who are in need.

As the pandemic crisis continues, many people are stepping up to lend a hand and help the government to combat the virus. While the battle against the virus in Mumbai continues, many Mumbaikars are trying to help in every possible way they can. To everyone's surprise, a builder from Mumbai has handed over his newly constructed 19-storey building for the COVID-19 facility. The ready-to-move-in building was handed over to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. The name of the builder is Mehul Sanghvi from Sheeji Sharan Developers.

The builder had a conversation with his tenants. As per the reports, they are all doing this willingly. The building has been turned in to a quarantine center for the patients of the novel coronavirus. The building is located on SV Road in Malad. It comprises of 130 flats. The state government has also given the builder an occupation certificate. The building was ready for the owners to gain possession.

A flat has been allowed between four patients. So far, 300 patients have been moved to the building turned into a quarantine center. The builder was contacted by the North Mumbai legislator who tried to convince Sanghvi. This was done to meet the requirements for the rising number of patients in Malad area.


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