In a bid to give something back to society, RCB skipper Virat Kohli took time out from his busy IPL schedule to interact with the residents of a Pune old age home and promised to help them
Pune: In his bid to give something back to the society, India's Test captain Virat Kohli's Foundation has joined hands with ABIL Foundation to extend help to Old Age Home 'Abhalmaya', which is currently home to 57 senior citizens.
Residents of Abhalmaya, on Sinhagad Road, which has been set up by Dr Aparna Deshmkukh, could not believe themselves, when they found Kohli personally coming to meet them.
Virat Kohli interacts with a resident of Aabhalmaya Old Age Home during a visit. Pic/ PTI
Kohli along with Amit Bhosle of ABIL Foundation dropped into meet the residents yesterday. The Virat Kohli Foundation and ABIL Foundation will extend immediate help to Abhalmaya to end its financial crunch.
Sparking on the occasion Virat said,"People like Dr Aparna are doing remarkable work by running such a facility for all those elderly, who have been left by their dear ones. This is absolutely wrong and it is our duty to take care of elderly members of our family."
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