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Mufti salutes frontline workers during Covid-19

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May '20
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In a bid to extend its support and laude the efforts of the frontline workers fighting the Covid-19 pandemic, Mufti, a leading denim brand, has expressed its gratitude towards the men in uniform by donating to the Mumbai Police foundation for working unwaveringly to fight the Covid-19 pandemic while also maintaining law and order in the country.
 
Company reported that this unfortunate situation has been harder for people who live on daily wages and find it difficult to survive in this lockdown scenario. Mufti also provided food grains for 1800 families through Bhamla Foundation and distributed the same with BJP Leader and MLA, Ashish Shelar, among the poor and needy in Mumbai city.  
 
“We would like to extend our support and gratitude towards the frontline workers, especially the Mumbai Police Department, who are working tirelessly to ensure safety, security and smooth functioning during these trying times. Not just monetary we are also looking at ways to contribute in kind knowing that we have long fight ahead of us and giving back to society must be an ongoing process now more than ever,” Kamal Khushlani, MD & founder of MUFTI, said in a press release.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)


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