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Surat-based builder accommodates families hit financially by COVID

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Surat-based builder accommodates families hit financially by COVID

Surat-based builder accommodates families hit financially by COVID

In a noble gesture, a Surat-based builder has come up with a plan by helping people who are facing a financial crisis due to COVID-19.

He is providing accommodation to people who are unable to pay rent, at his constructed buildings.

So far, 42 families have been accommodated there.

"We are charging Rs 1500 as a maintenance fee.

People can stay here as long as they want," he told ANI.

Meanwhile, the total number of active cases of coronavirus in Gujarat is at 16,469.


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