Salman Khan donates one lakh hand sanitisers to Mumbai Police
Mumbai, May 30: Superstar Salman Khan has donated one lakh hand sanitisers to the Mumbai Police, who are at the frontline in the fight against coronavirus pandemic.
The sanitisers donated by the actor are manufactured under his recently launched grooming and personal care brand FRSH.
The official Twitter handle of Chief Minister of Maharashtra thanked the actor for donating sanitisers.
Thank you @BeingSalmanKhan for providing 1Lakh hand sanitizers to our @MumbaiPolice #WarAgainstVirus,” the tweet read.
Replying to the post, Salman wrote, Thank You.
Praising the actor, Yuva Sena member Rahul Kanal said, Thank you @BeingSalmanKhan bhai for being there for our frontline warriors, thank you @CMOMaharashtra @AUThackeray ji @MumbaiPolice for being there for one and all…FRSH sanitisers to be distributed to all our frontline warriors in the Police Dept.
The 54-year-old actor has been constantly extending support to those affected due to the nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of the deadly virus.
He was the first one to provide financial aid to the daily wage workers of the film industry. The actor has also supplied ration to the villages near his Panvel farmhouse and has urged his fans to help those in need. (PTI)