“There is always a sunrise after every dark night,” says Pankaj Kharbanda, the vice president of Rubaru Mr. India contest
“There is always a sunrise after every dark night,” said the vice president of India’s biggest men’s pageant – the Rubaru Mr. India pageant, Pankaj Kharbanda, while 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.
Pankaj Kharbanda took to social media and mentioned, “The entire world is going through a very difficult phase however things will surely get better one day. There is always a sunrise after every dark night. We should not lose hope. We as responsible individuals of the society must cooperate with the authorities and institutions constantly working to make the things better. Stay home, stay safe. This war against Coronavirus can be won if all of us cooperate and fight together. Not all of us have the privilege of staying at home amid this outbreak that has caused so much destruction in the world. There are several individuals out there away from their homes and families tirelessly working so that people like us can have a better future. We must support these generous souls by restricting our movements and staying at home.”
While extending his gratitude to all the people involved in the fight against COVID – 19, he mentioned, “I am extremely thankful to all the doctors, nurses, EMT’s, medical practitioners, pharmacists, sanitation workers, police officers, scientists, essential commodities sellers, government officials, food suppliers, soldiers, media and banking professionals and all those generous people who are 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 must be thankful to all these people who are no less than angels. It is because of their efforts that people like us are at our homes with our families. There are not enough words to thank all these kind souls.”
The Mumbai-based entrepreneur 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.
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