New Delhi: Several Hindu refugees from Pakistan lived in a colony near the Majlis Park metro station in Delhi who are supervised by a Delhi-based institution. Dhawan is working to spread happiness in the wake of the coronavirus spread across the country. Shikhar Dhawan has also assisted Hindu refugees from Pakistan living in Delhi.
Team India opener Shikhar Dhawan provided cricket kits, toilets, and beds to the people at this camp near Majlis Park in Delhi. There are many Hindu refugees from Pakistan living in this colony, whose responsibility is taken care of by an organization in Delhi. Dhawan reached the Hindu Refugee Colony and met many people. The special thing was that nobody in the colony knew that Dhawan was going to reach there.
Dhawan has said, 'It was a great experience. I am in a situation right now where people can contribute. It gives me great joy and peace. They were very happy that I came to meet them. His delight could be felt'. Dhawan said that he enjoys my sport and my celebrations on the field. Dhawan provided cricket kits, toilets, and beds to the camp near Majlis Park in Delhi.
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