The second wave has targeted almost every age group and caused severe trouble to adults and middle-aged men and women. The loss of lives in the state and especially the city of Hyderabad has left hundred's of kid's across the city orphans and many kids family less.
During this time, many people from all walks of life who have been blessed with wealth and good health are coming to help these kids live on and fulfil their dream. Real estate agent Chenna Mahesh has been going the extra mile to see kid's who lost their parent's to covid19 still dream of living a life and helping families cremate bodies and deal with basic expenses after the shocker of deaths and hospital bills.
Cremation of bodies has been a big deal for families as people in residential areas opposed the body being brought home for rituals and cremation locations overflowing. During this challenging time, realtor Mahesh has put his best foot forward, especially in the Bhongir municipality, with the help of his wife, 17th ward councillor Chenna Swathi.
Apart from helping families, Mahesh and a few cooks distribute around 300 packages of staple food to the people on the roads and near temples. The latter aim's to spread a sign of relief in society by helping out in whatever he can. The latter gives families who lost their loved one an additional amount of 5000/- and minimum daily supplies for 2-3months.
The realtor found the motivation to extensively reach out to people when he saw the migrant workers suffer the most in 2020 after his wife won the post of 17th ward councillor from the TRS party. Apart from this support to the poor and migrants, Mahesh is trying his best to help police officers who are also battling overtime shifts and covid scare.