Philanthropist To Core, Budgam Youth Helping People Amid Covid19

SRINAGAR: Syed Ali Asgar Razvi, the 30-year-old youth from the Magam area of Budgam district is an entrepreneur whose passion for philanthropy has been deterred by the raging Covid19 pandemic as he continues to provide aid to the grassroots level Asha workers and expecting mothers.

Razvi is providing the in-demand Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits to Asha workers along with hand sanitizers so that they can better protect themselves from the invisible virus.

Distributing kits to Asha workers in Budgam.

To date, Ali has provided food kits to scores of families in the lockdown which as per him makes him content and peaceful at heart.

“I believe that Asha workers is an elite force who are always are at the forefront of helping expecting mothers. They leave their own children back home to be with these pregnant women.,” Razvi said, adding that he feels that these workers should be provided with all the facilities which normal health workers get.

“On my part, I could give them the basic protection in the form of PPE kits, sanitizers, and chocolate for their children as a token of recognition of their work.”

Razvi while being grateful to his friends said that they (friends) have been helping him in identifying the destitute and deserving families.

He said that he believes his work would inspire more people with better resources at their disposal to help people in need during the present crisis.

He makes special mention of his friends Ishfaq, Faizan, Owais, Riza, and Aquib in terms of the help they provided in his initiative.

“They are my real strength who help me in many ways because I am always preoccupied with my business and with their help I am able to do the most I can. All thanks to them, “he said. Ali had recently come to the limelight for sponsoring sportspersons eyeing big in the field.

Prior to the present lockdown, Ali had been sponsoring a local cricket team, Valley Pride Kashmir Club, with all the equipment they needed along with sponsoring an eighteen-year footballer, Syed Mujtaba Razvi.


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