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Caring during crisis: Actress Ragini Dwivedi turns cook; serves homemade meals to docs, nurses


Team Udayavani, Apr 19, 2020, 1:30 PM IST

Bengaluru: In times of the lockdown, it’s wonderful to see our favorite celebrities using their talent on different platforms to help needy in a variety of ways, proving there are plenty of things we can do to help make a difference and fight novel coronavirus. While  everyone is helping out all sections of people but is hesitant to help the ones in these hospitals because of fear.

In an attempt to help the needy, Sandalwood actor Ragini has opened up a cloud kitchen named ‘RD Kitchen’ to cater to the medical staff at Victoria Hospital.

Speaking to Udayavani.com about her initiative Rajini said, “RD Kitchen initiative aims to provide healthy and tasty meals to all the COVID-19 health warriors who are working really hard so that we can stay safe at home.”

“We are preparing nutritious meals at home and sending it to the Victoria hospital for all the doctors and nurses working there, we are glad that the hospital agreed to accept our little contribution,” she added

She further expressed that she is really happy to do her bit towards the health workers who are working really hard during this tough situation. “I ‘m really obliged and happy to do something for tour health workers,” said Ragini.

Apart from this, Ragini is also feeding over 200 cows and promised farmers that she would help them during the lockdown period as they are finding it difficult to feed their cows due to high prices of feed.

Taking to Twitter she wrote, ” Cattle shed visit at Frazer Town Folded hands more than 200 cows underfed due to high prices of feed …. a few cows were being taken to slaughterhouses we stopped them and gave them feed and spoke to the farmers to support them.”

In another tweet, she said, ” We will make sure they are untouched and taken care if we request @BBMPCOMM to pls look into this and take the needful action …[email protected] @BYVijayendra @BSYBJP @BZZameerAhmed #animals #Caregivers”

Apart from this Ragini has also recognized the relentless efforts of the police force and helped many needy families by distributing groceries to them during this tough situation.”

 

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