It has been over a year, and the Covid pandemic is upending life on a global level. In India, lakhs of people have succumbed to Covid-19. To laud, the selfless, tireless fight put up by those at the forefront of the battle against the pandemic, Rotary Club of Bombay Airport at Bandra, Mumbai sets up a 18 x 10 Feet sculpture dedicated to Corona warriors at Bandra, Mumbai. Former Minister Shri. Ashish Shelar was present during the inauguration.
Covid pandemic has affected each and every aspect of the lives of people in India. There is a burden on the healthcare system, and people are also stressed owing to the financial crises during these unprecedented times. Rotary Club of Bombay Airport has come forward to motivate people to battle Coronavirus.
Mr. Nitin Mehta, President of Rotary Club of Bombay Airport said, “We are passing through strange and difficult times. In this corona crisis, many families have been affected as the death toll continues to surge in the country. On behalf of the entire nation, I want to thank the efforts of all corona-warrior like Doctors, Nurses, Safai Karmachari, Policemen, Media, and Engineers who kept alive the spirits of citizens at the cost of their own lives and families. To acknowledge their dedication and efforts, the Rotary Club of Bombay Airport made an 18 x 10 Feet memorial designed by an artist Rtn. Minali N. Thakkar, Limca Book of World Records awardee to dedicated the frontline worker and pledges to work for the betterment of society.
“This is first of its Kind memorial in the country built in the honor of frontline worker, who sacrificed their lives while fighting the deadly Coronavirus” adds Mr Nitin Mehta.
BJP leader Shri. Ashish Shelar said, “The medical army, policemen, and other essential workers are doing a commendable job. A big salute to all the people involved in the battle against Covid-19. We are taking all the necessary steps to help people overcome the Covid crisis. I thank the Rotary Club of Bombay Airport for coming up with a novel idea of honoring the corona warriors. I urge people to adhere to the Covid protocol of masking, social distancing, hand sanitizing, and get vaccinated to lead a healthy life.”