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Incredible! These children below 8 years donate their entire piggy bank savings for fight against Coronavirus

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 1 April 2020, 13:07 IST

Due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, many people and country’s popular figures have extended their support by donating huge amounts to PM CAREs or relief funds. Besides, these people there are some little children who have also donated their whole amount deposited in their piggy bank for the fight against COVID-19.

The steps of these little kids of age below 8 years have supported for good cause by donating their deposited amount.


A Twitter user shared a story of a 7-year-old boy from Mizoram who gives the amount to the fund for coronavirus.

Manas captioned the picture, “Meet 7-year-old Rommel Lalmuansanga from Kolasib Venglai (Mizoram), he donated his entire savings of Rs 333 to his Village Level Task Forces in this war against the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic. #IndiaFightsCorona.”

 

In the pic, the Rommel can be shown with his piggy bank collection, which he donated to the village-level task force.

Not only Rommel, but another 6-year-old boy also donated whatever he had in his piggy bank. An activist Umar Khalid shared the story of a little boy on Twitter. He wrote, "Amidst all the gloom, the best thing you will see on the internet today. A 6-year-old donates whatever he had saved in his piggy bank for relief for those affected by the pandemic and the lockdown."

 

In the above 29-second-video, the boy can be seen standing in a police station while one constable counts the money and another man asks his name, age and the reason for donating the money.

The story of these two kids have won the hearts of netizens and they all poured love on them.

 

After a surge in positive cases for coronavirus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced the PM-CARE Funds for the people to donate for the fight against the novel coronavirus.

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First published: 1 April 2020, 13:05 IST
 
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