“Just like storms, difficult times also cannot last forever,” says Sandeep Kumar, the founder and president of Rubaru Group – one of the biggest pageant organizations in India. Kumar took to social media requesting people to restrict their movement and thanked all the individuals who are tirelessly working to the make things better amid the novel Coronavirus outbreak.
Kumar mentioned, “Past months and weeks have proven to be one of the toughest phases the world has ever witnessed. However, just like storms, difficult times also cannot last forever. Things will surely get better one day. We should not lose hope. In order to make things better at a faster pace, we all need to cooperate with the authorities and institutions working tirelessly for the betterment of the mankind. We must respect their work and support them so that the world can recover from this phase destruction that has claimed several lives. Please stay at your home and stay safe. It is the only way we can stop the spread of this disease and make things easier for the people who are out there away from their homes fighting against COVID – 19. Not all of us are privileged enough to stay at our homes with our families. There are numerous individuals out there, working constantly and tirelessly so that people like us can have a better tomorrow. Let us all support these kind souls and cooperate with them.”
Kumar further went ahead and extended his gratitude to all the individuals who are constantly trying to make the world recover from COVID – 19. He mentioned, “I would like to extend my humblest gratitude to all the doctors, scientists, nurses, medical professionals, police officers, government officials, soldiers, sanitation workers, food suppliers, essential commodity sellers, media and banking professionals and all the other individuals who are out there making things easier for us in such difficult times and putting all their efforts so that the world can go back to normal functioning. We all should be thankful to these people who are selflessly working so that the world can heal. I would request everyone to please follow the advice of the excepts so that a speedy recovery from this disease can be achieved.”
The Haryana-based entrepreneur, social activist and philanthropist is one of the most influential people in the Indian pageant industry. He is known for always coming out in support of what is right and what needs to be followed to make the things right, be it at the professional arena or the social front.