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Industrialist & Celebs exhibit their noble side by gifting goodies to under privileged kids


Nov. 14, 2014: This Children’s Day Industrialist and Philanthropist Aneel Murarka- Managing Director of Mirachem Industries; Gurpreet Kaur Chadha of Punjabi Global Foundation and Actress Sonali Kulkarni of Grand Masti fame goes the unconventional way. In order to capture smiling faces of these innocent children, they exhibited their noble side by gifting goodies to under privileged kids from Guru Tegh Bahadur Public School bringing smiles on their faces.

An ardent believer of “giving it back to the society”, Aneel Murarka, Gurpreet Kaur Chadha and actress Sonali Kulkarni gifts personally handpicked goodies to the under privileged kids from Guru Tegh Bahadur Public School. Standing as firm as a pillar of support for the welfare of the children; it was Aneel Murarka, GurpreetKaur Chadha and Sonali Kulkarni passion and zeal to get smile on the innocent faces that compelled them to come forth and celebrate Children’s Day with the kids. S.S.Suri- Chairman of Guru Tegh Bahadur Public Schooland Surinder Kaur – Head Master of Guru Tegh Bahadur Public School equally supported and made special arrangements adding to the merriment.

 Being an epitome of generosity, the pioneers in their respective fields shared some fond memories from their childhood, Aneel Murarka revels “As a child, Children’s Day was nothing less than a festival for me. From the teachers in my school till my family would present gifts to me and celebrate children’s day. Chocolates and stationery was something I used to love to receive as a present” further adding “Seeing these innocent faces smiling make my day. And what better way than gifting them these goodies. I keep visiting here and extend my help in every which way I can. After all these kids are the future of our country, hence they should not be deprived of anything”.

Speaking virtually about Children’s Day, Gurpreet Kaur Chadha mentions “Children’s Day hold a significant meaning to every child. I feel extremely happy and content to celebrate this day with these children; making them feel special in every which way I can” further adding “We need to keep in mind that these children are the future of the country and we need to provide them with every facility possible.