Indian footballer Subhashish Bose is providing food to homeless and jobless people in his home town Subhasgram in South 24 parganas. Every morning, lots of people like rickshaw pullers, daily earners, and small hawkers could be seen at Subhasgram collecting ration due to lockdown.
Bose is feeling happy to paying back to the society by distributing the packets of food containing rice, pulses, vegetables and other items. He said, “The rickshaw pullers who have so many times offered me free rides to-and-fro to local matches, that local vendor and shopkeeper who had gifted me so many free packets of food after heart-warming performances I felt I needed to pay them back.”
“It was such a satisfaction to hand over some food items to lot many known faces whom I have known in my locality over my upbringing,” he added.
The Mumbai City FC defender was looking forward to the Indian camp when the pandemic halted all sporting activities.
“A longer camp for the national team was planned and we were forward to it. But under current circumstances all sporting action around the world has been postponed.”
India is currently under complete lockdown from 24th March due to the continuous spread of coronavirus which is likely to be extended. Sports fraternity is trying their best to help people during these tough times.