Lockdown is in force in the country due to Corona virus. The government has prohibited people from leaving the house to prevent the spread of corona. In such a situation, the employees of police, doctors, nurses, city niggers are working day and night to protect people by risking their lives. Bollywood celebs have started a campaign, in which all are calling them ‘Dil se Thank You’. Actors Vicky Kaushal, Katrina Kaif, Raveena Tandon have all shared photos on their social media.
Katrina Kaif shared a photo on her Instagram and thanked the Mumbai Police. In this photo you can see the batch of Mumbai Police. With this, she posts a video and writes that thank you Mumbai Police, salute your passion for working. We heartily respect you for what you are working on so that we can stay safe at home. At the same time, Vicky Kaushal has also thanked the Mumbai Police by sharing a photo.
Raveena Tandon shared a video and wrote that this is the time to salute the Mumbai Police. And thank you to all the BMC workers and staff who are leaving their families at home working and taking risks for our safety.
This is the time to thank our Maharashtra police force,our BMC workers and staff,who leave their families at home and are working with untiring efforts for our security and safety ..#DilSeThankYou to @MaharashtraPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @MumbaiPolice @mybmc #CoronaWarriors pic.twitter.com/WsMUdUjgJH
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) April 9, 2020
Let us tell you that actor Akshay Kumar has called the people working against Corona an army. Recently, by sharing the video, Akshay had said, ‘Friends, yesterday I spoke to a Mumbai Police officer. They are my friends. One of his words made me think. He said, Kamal hai Akshay, you are afraid to get out of your homes and we are afraid of going home. Live on the road all day and meet so many people. We do not give diseases to the family, so do not go home.
In this two minute 12 second video, thank Akshay, police force, municipal workers, doctors, nurses, NGO’s volunteers, people of our government, ration people, vegetables, milkmen and even the watchman of the building. Have been.