Gautam Gambhir announced his plans to support the daughters of the sex workers at the Garstin Bastion Road in New Delhi

By Bet Barter

July 31, 2020

Previous Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir, on Thursday, July 30; reported his arrangements to help the girls of the sex laborers at the Garstin Bastion Road in New Delhi. That road is a red light area. People there are not in very uplifted condition.

On Friday, July 31, the activity, named ‘PAANKH’, where 25 minor little girls will be dealt with, will be propelled. Loaning his assistance, the 38-year-old Gambhir comprehended the significance of dreams for each other individual in the nation.

Everyone in the general public has the option to carry on with a respectable life; and he needs to guarantee more open doors for these kids so they could live their fantasies. He will deal with their living, training and their wellbeing, Gambhir said.

Gambhir also explained that how he is going to help them through PAANKH

Gambhir puts forth how he’s going to help them out through PAANKH. They will support their school expenses, garbs, food, clinical assistance; including advising, with the goal that they can accomplish their fantasies.

Gambhir likewise referenced that in the following meeting. They plan to enable young adult young ladies (5-18 years); by giving them customary advising with the goal that they complete their training.

Gambhir, after his retirement, has been engaged with different government assistance works through the Gautam Gambhir Foundation; dealing with 200 youngsters. For the present, being a Member of Parliament (MP); from the East Delhi Constituency, Gambhir has been in the plan of things.

Indeed, even in the COVID-19 pandemic, the Delhi-conceived Gambhir has been attempting his central core. Back in April, the southpaw gave his two years’ pay to the PM-Cares Fund; an activity by Honorable Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.

He has likewise been entirely dynamic on the web based life stages; and furthermore occupied with some war of words with previous Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi.

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