Patiala district administration in association with Zomato provides tablets, ration and stationery to Covid 19 orphans
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
For a bright future for the children who have lost both parents or one of their parents due to the corona epidemic, the district administration Patiala’s initiative, Zomato, under its project Feeding India by Zomato, has provided Samsung tablets, stationery bags, ration kit and Jio internet data pack for 12 months for 60 such children of the district.
MLAs Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra & MLA Gurlal Ghanur participated and distributed the tablets and other items to the children and encouraged them.
Both MLAs Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra and Gurlal Ghanour appreciated the initiative taken by the district administration and said that Zomato has done a good job fulfilling its responsibility towards society. They assured that the Punjab government under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann will always stand with these children and they also shall be available for any kind of assistance.
Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sawhney wished for a good future for these children and said that even if the parents of these children cannot come back, with such help, the further education of these children will become easier and they will be able to make their future bright. She said that these tabs also have UnAcademy software, which will be helpful for children’s education.
Patiala district administration in association with Zomato provides tablets, ration, and stationery to Covid 19 orphans. On this occasion Assistant Commissioner (under training) Dr Akshita Gupta, District Child Protection Officer Shaina Kapoor, Gautam from Zomato and Akriti along with Jaspreet Singh and Dheeraj Arora from JIO were also present.
About Feeding India by Zomato
Feeding India, a non-profit by Zomato, is dedicated towards making India hunger-free. With the help of our NGOs, kitchens and donors, we are moving one step closer to our goal every day. Together, we believe, we can ensure everyone has access to food daily.
Feeding India was founded in 2014 by Ankit Kawatra and Srishti Jain, and in January 2019 merged with Zomato to accelerate its progress towards solving hunger in India.