MUMBAI: Actress Raveena Tandon has come up with a social media campaign #JeetegaIndiaJeetengeHum to prevent the spread of rumours amid the COVID-19 crisis, and also urge people to not attack the frontline workers.
Several healthcare workers in India are getting attacked as they battle to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. So, Raveena has made a special video within which she is seen appealing people to know the severe health crisis and also appreciate the crucial role of doctors amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
"I feel it's extremely important for all of us to try and do our bit by encouraging the real heroes, our doctors and nurses who are stepping out everyday and fighting this deadly coronavirus. They haven't met their families to keep us and our families safe and that is why through my campaign -- #JeetegaIndiaJeetengeHum -- I request everyone to offer these medical forces their due respect and at the same time not spread false rumours. I'm hopeful we'll all see the sunshine sooner together," she said.
https://t.co/3Ua4m8Fkdw I nominate my friends - @SonuSood @TheJohnAbraham @TheShilpaShetty @ShivAroor @fayedsouza @virsanghvi @karanjohar @poojamakhija @ImRaina @ImZaheer @GargiRawat @IamOnir @vikramphadnis1 @TanyaChaitanya @MissMalini @sonalikulkarni @YUVSTRONG12 @neelamkothari pic.twitter.com/lV3owjWydi— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) April 25, 2020
Not so long ago, the actress also appealed to the family of the deceased member of the Palghar lynching case, Nilesh Telgade. She also shared a website for the people who could come forward and make donations to help his family.
A fund raiser for the 29 yr old driver who was lynched along with hindu sadhus 🙏 He leaves behind two little girls , please do your bit and help this family . https://t.co/dV8HbvrHRS— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) April 23, 2020
On her social media, she wrote, "A fundraiser for the 29 yr old driver who was lynched along with Hindu sadhus. He leaves behind two little girls, please do your bit and help this family."