Bollywood king Shah Rukh Khan has advised individuals to ensure stray, as well as abandoned animals, are treated with treatment and empathy in the middle of the coronavirus lockdown.
The Raees star turned to Twitter and also claimed: “As the world is coping with the outbreak of COVID-19, We must not forget those without a voice.”
“Let’s see to it stray & abandoned animals are treated with care and empathy,” Khan additionally said.
As the world is coping with the outbreak of COVID-19, We must not forget those without a voice. Let’s make sure stray & abandoned animals are treated with care and compassion.
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 17, 2020
Shah Rukh Khan has donated Rs2 crore for the alleviation funds, the resources said, and also added that he has additionally provided his office to be turned into quarantine for the COVID-19 patients.
He has also contributed over 25,000 PPE kits for the medical team combating the coronavirus pandemic.
Khan believes that this moment of the coronavirus crisis will come to be a memory as the period we had all the time on our hands as well as our liked ones in our arms.
Sharing a selfie on Instagram, the Raees actor stated, “I think this minute in our lives will lastly be a memory of when we regularly had on our hands & our loved ones in our arms.”
“Here’s wishing this for every1. Stay Safe. Keep Distant. Keep Healthy and balanced,” the star included.