This 5-year-old boy raises Rs 3.7 lakh for Covid19 relief by cycling

Aug 01 2020 11:44 AM
This 5-year-old boy raises Rs 3.7 lakh for Covid19 relief by cycling

There are many people all over the world who are not getting a bite to eat due to corona. Meanwhile, Indian-origin Anishwar Kunchala has collected a fund of Rs 3.7 lakh in the UK to fight the coronavirus. You must be seeing Sonu Sood as the angel for all at this time. He is coming forward to help everyone. Meanwhile, 5-year-old Anishwar has also become famous. Anishwar's parents hail from Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh, who now lives in Manchester, UK.

 


In the month of May, Anishwar started a cycling campaign named 'Little Pedallers Aneesh and friends'. It is being told that Anishwar and 60 other children have been able to raise Rs 3.7 lakh for COVID-19 relief in India, cycling 3,200 km. According to the information received, after this, the pictures of this young child went viral on social media. Child remains a favorite of all. This is not the first time that Anishwar has raised money for any noble cause.

Rather, five-year-old Anishwar had also started a cricket championship for the UK National Health Survey (NHS) fighting the epidemic if we considered the news of the Times of India. Anishwar was greatly influenced by 'World War Two' veteran Tom Moore (100 years old), and wandered into the garden and raised more than $ 40 million for the healthcare of his country, Britain.

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