A recent accident in Delhi has grabbed lots of attention where a 20-year-old girl, named Anjali Singh, died after getting dragged by a car for around 12 kilometers. Now, Shah Rukh Khan’s NGO Meer Foundation, which was set up in the memory of SRK’s father, reportedly donated an undisclosed amount to the victim’s family.
According to an official statement from the Meer Foundation, “Shah Rukh Khan’s Meer Foundation donates an undisclosed amount to the family of Anjali Singh. Anjali, a 20-year-old, lost her life in a brutal hit-and-run that took place in Delhi’s Kanjhawala. Anjali was the sole breadwinner of the family consisting of her mother and siblings. The aid by Meer foundation aims to help the family, especially the mother with her health issues while providing adequate relief to Anjali’s siblings.”
For the unversed, Anjali died in the early hours of New Year’s Day in Delhi. Her scooter collided with a car and she stuck onto the front wheel of the vehicle. After being dragged by that car for around 12 kilometers, she died. According to the post-mortem report, the cause of her death was “shock and hemorrhage due to injury to the head, spine, left femur and both lower limbs”.
Started in 2003, Meer Foundation is a philanthropic foundation named after Shah Rukh Khan’s late father Meer Taj Mohammed Khan. The aim of the foundation is to bring changes at ground level and work to build a world that empowers women. In the past, Meer foundation has supported and contributed to various causes that provide support to disadvantaged women and children. It has also helped several acid attack and Covid-19 victims too.
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