Photos: Virender Sehwag starts #GharSeSewa for migrant labourers during coronavirus lockdown
First Published 29, May 2020, 1:47 PM
New Delhi: Former India opening batsman Virender Sehwag and his family have been cooking food and delivering to migrant labourers during the coronavirus lockdown. Sehwag took to his social media accounts to speak about his #GharSeSewa initiative. People who wish to contribute can also do so, according to the Virender Sehwag Foundation. Read on to know the details and how Sehwag and his family are preparing food for migrants.
Sehwag wrote on Twitter, "The satisfaction of cooking and packing food from the comfort of your own homes and courtsey the wonderful people at @udayfoundation distributing it to migrant labourers is the beauty of #GharSeSewa .If you would like to offer food seva for 100 people please DM to @SehwagFoundatn (sic)."
Sehwag's mother Krishna is seen packing food for migrant labourers.
Sehwag's wife Aarti too is seen helping in the kitchen.
Sehwag's son Aryavir packs food in the kitchen.
Migrant labourers seen eating food delivered by the Virender Sehwag Foundation.
Another image of migrant labourers eating. Sehwag is feeding hundreds of labourers in Delhi.
Sehwag's initiative was appreciated by his former teammates and fans on Instagram.
If anyone wants to join #GharSeSewa initiative and feed the needy, they can contact the Virender Sehwag Foundation. Sehwag asked them to direct message to @SehwagFoundatn on Twitter and Instagram.