Sanjeev Kapoor Is Providing 15,000 Plates Of Food To The Flood Victims Every Day

This year, torrential rains have lashed the state, causing waterlogging in many parts.

Sanjeev Kapoor Is Providing 15,000 Plates Of Food To The Flood Victims Every Day

Intense rains have caused havoc in many parts of the state resulting in waterlogging. Owing to this, many people have lost their belongings in the floodwater. Therefore, a helping hand has been extended across the state for the last several days to help the flood victims. Similarly, Chef Sanjeev Kapoor has also taken the initiative and is partnering with World Central Kitchen, set up by Chef Jose Andres and Taj Hotels to supply food to flood-hit areas in Chiplun and Mahad. His team is providing a total of 15,000 plates of fresh food to the flood victims every day.

According to certain reports, Chef Sanjeev Kapoor has acknowledged that heavy rains have caused water-logging in many parts of Maharashtra. As a result, many have lost their lives and homes. Regions such as Chiplun and Mahad were one of the worst affected. He believes that people in these areas do not have access to food to even meet their basic nutritional needs. He is convinced, that even a small step towards humanity can make a difference in the lives of many. Through this initiative, the team is providing good quality food to meet the basic nutritional needs of the affected families. The chef, claim narratives, states that the aim is to give food to the flood victims in other areas as well.

The chef had donned a similar role in the coronavirus crisis. In collaboration with Taj Hotels and World Central Kitchen, he provided fresh nutritious food to healthcare workers working to fight the covid-19. So far, his team has provided more than one million plates of food in Delhi, Gurugram, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Goa, Lucknow and Varanasi, amongst others.

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