Chef Vikas Khanna did his best to ensure that no laborers and the needy starve during the lockdown. And under this, development, showing humanity, started the ‘Feed India Campaign’ 5 months ago. The campaign, which was aimed at providing food and food to every corner of the country. Hundreds of thousands of trucks traveled thousands of kilometers to complete the food and drink system.
And now the ‘Feed India Campaign’ in these five months of hard work has reached 300 million food and drink items for the needy.
Be it the flood-hit people in Bihar and Assam, Dabbawale in Mumbai or the junior actors of cinema or the NGO .. the campaign tried its best to help all the people.
Chef Vikas Khanna continued to pursue this campaign despite being in the US. Vikas says, ‘I am very happy that our efforts have paid off and we have helped 30 million people so far, fulfilling the dream of helping the needy. In all this, the exact plan and the best execution is beyond compare. With this, I am a supporter of the ‘Mukund Mahadev Foundation’, who supported this campaign every moment. This is the result of hard work of each other and support and hard work of each other, so that we can reach the needy. ‘
This initiative was successful with the help of many NGOs, NDRF and organizations. With these catering arrangements, Vikas Khanna also gave 40 million cipers, 3 million sanitary pads and 2 million face masks to the needy.
At the same time, Trustee of Mukund Mahadev Foundation, Reetu Prakash Chhabariya said, ‘Through the Feed India campaign, we have helped different sections of society such as transgender, sailors, etc. Apart from this, with the help of the community celebrating Eid, Ganesh festival understood and fulfilled their needs. We helped our society, hospitals, institutes and others with medical related pests and other essential things. At the same time, with the development of Vikas Khanna and Feed India Campaign, we tried our best to complete the work far ahead. It was a great journey for us and together we set an example of unity.
By the way, recently the Feed India campaign celebrated the festival in the true sense by delivering food to 2 million people during the time of Ganesh Utsav and Shraddha. And these food meal boxes were offered as offerings to the Siddhivinayak temple, Raja of Andheri and Raja of Lalbagh as first offerings in these Ganesh pandals and temples and then truck-loaded mines were transported to the needy from the NDRF.