Poacha’s passion

"I am grateful and blessed that I can touch others’ lives,” social worker Khushroo Poacha told Parsiana on December 21, 2020, three days after being recognized by the National Commission for Minorities for his efforts in helping the marginalized during the pandemic. During the early phases of the lockdown, Poacha mobilized donors to collect "over one-and-a-half-crore rupees” for aiding the disadvantaged, he told us. Over 15,000 food kits containing staples were distributed to stranded migrants, brick kiln workers, tribals and the malnourished around Nagpur by his volunteers, loosely banded as Seva Kitchen (SK). Round the year they supply home cooked......



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MAY AHURA MAZDA BLESS YOU TUNISHA AND YOUR DAD FOR WHAT YOU ARE DOING TO HELP THE LESS PRIVILEGED ,MY NAME IS ERUCH SURKARI I AM BASED IN CANADA AND WOULD LIKE TO HELP YOUR CAUSE AS MUCH AS I CAN .I WILL TRY TO GET IN TOUCH WITH YOU OR DAD KHUSHROO
- Eruch N Surkari
- 14-Jan-2021

 

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