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Businessman provides vanity vans to Mumbai Police to beat scorching heat

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Businessman provides vanity vans to Mumbai Police to beat scorching heat

Businessman provides vanity vans to Mumbai Police to beat scorching heat

Many people across the country are coming forward to help India in a fight against COVID-19.

Mumbai-based businessman Ketan Rawal is providing his vanity vans to Mumbai Police for free to facilitate police personnel who are serving in scorching heat.

Last year, he gave 19 vanity vans to Mumbai Police and this year he already gave 12 of his vans and is planning to give more vans.

"I am also ready to provide vans to hospitals to add a number of beds there," Rawa said to ANI.

Many people like him are stepping forward to help the needy people amid COVID pandemic.


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