Coronavirus crisis: Hrithik Roshan donates 20 lakh for BMC Staff To Deal With COVID-19

Hrithik Roshan is coming forward to help the people in the midst of the epidemic. Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan has given Rs 20 lakh to the Maharashtra government to help the corona victims. India is going through hardship due to the Corona virus outbreak. In such a situation, Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan has put forth his hand to help people. He has given financial support to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). 

Hrithik Roshan supported Maharashtra government Source has told that Hrithik has supported the Maharashtra government to help fight this epidemic. He was looking for street-level bureaucrats and has given 20 lakh rupees for this work. Bollywood is currently in self-isolation, taking care of Suzanne's children. Suzanne has joined Hrithik and the children for a few days to support them. Earlier, Hrithik had requested people to stay home and be safe.

Hrithik Roshan donates 20 lakh from BMC Staff

Hrithik Roshan Donates THIS Much Amount Along With Safety Masks To BMC Staff To Deal With COVID-19. While it is becoming tougher for the Municipal Corporation in Mumbai to fight the dangerous virus, Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan has come to their aid. The Novel Coronavirus pandemic has taken over the world and has brought everything to a pause. While it is becoming tougher for the Municipal Corporation in Mumbai to fight the dangerous virus, Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan has come to their aid as the actor has reportedly donated 20 Lakhs and below is everything you would want to know.

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Hrithik Roshan Donates Money to Maharashtra government

Hrithik Roshan has donated 20 Lakhs as an aid for the BMC staff working round the clock to safeguard the citizens of Mumbai. The actor also thanked Aditya Thackeray for letting him lend his support.

Hrithik in the tweet that he wrote as announcing his support, wrote, 'In times such as these, we must do whatever we can to ensure the safety of the most fundamental caretakers of our city and society. I have procured N95 and FFP3 masks for our BMC workers and other caretakers.'