Salman Khan's brother-in-law, help tribal families like this

Salman Khan's brother-in-law, help tribal families like this

Atul Agnihotri, brother-in-law of Salman Khan, has also gone out of his way.  He distributed ration to tribal family amid lockdown - watch video

Producer Atul Agnihotri, brother-in-law of Salman Khan and Bollywood actor Atul Agnihotri have assisted 550 tribal families and daily laborers amid the lockdown. He gave all the daily supplies with his own hands. Atul Agnihotri's move is being appreciated. Significantly, there is lockout in the country and in such a situation, the most troubled people are becoming poor. In such a situation many Bollywood actors including Atul Agnihotri have come forward and are helping the helpless people. PM Modi also appealed to the people of the country to donate relief money for the war with coronovirus.

Salman Khan, apart from Atul Agnihotri, has started adding money to the accounts of daily laborers under his declaration. The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has informed that Salman Khan has started transferring money to the account of 16000 daily wage laborers. Let me tell you that Atul Agnihotri started his career in Hindi films as an actor and later directed two films and also became a good successful filmmaker. He is best known for his film 'Sir'. It was the best film of his career, in which he appeared in the lead role. Some of his later good films were Atish (1994) and Krantiveer (1994).

On the other hand, the number of infected people increased to 5,194 on Wednesday and the death toll due to this infection rose to 149. The Union Home Ministry said that the number of cases of Kovid-19 in which treatment is under treatment is 4,643, 401 people have recovered after treatment and have been discharged. In one case, the patient moved to another country, out of a total of cases, there are 70 foreign nationals. According to the ministry data, which used to come till 9 am, 25 people died since Tuesday. Of these 16 people were killed in Maharashtra and two in Delhi, West Bengal, Haryana and Tamil Nadu and one in Andhra Pradesh.