Providing respite to people in crisis, Kashmir based student activist felicitated by Xiaomi India

Srinagar, Dec 30 (KNS): Xiaomi India on Wednesday felicitated the Kashmiri student activist, Nasir Khuehami for his tireless work in Covid-19 Lockdown.
According to Kashmir News Service (KNS), Khuehami was felicitated in Mumbai for his relentless work in the unprecedented times of uncertainties. The Global company appreciated the role of student activist to reach the unreached parts of the country and provide food, accomdation and playing vital role in evacuating students across the country in tough times.
Over 15 covid warriors were also felicitated including Bollywood actor Sonu Sood and prominent comedian Vir Das for their relentless efforts on this occasion. They were felicitated with a certificate of appreciation and will be featured in the yearly calender of Xiaomi India.
The official sources of the Xiaomi India said that it was gesture to acknowledge the hard work of people from different spheres of life who have put public health ahead of their own self-interests. "The role of these warriors is highly laudable", they added.
Pertinently during this difficult time, the country witnessed many individuals coming together to support their local communities through various outreach activities. Like many other Covid warriors across the country, Nasir Khuehami, Spokesperson of J&K Students Association from Kashmir also decided to step up and join the front line workers. The Kashmir based activist helped migrants, labourers, and students to reach their homes through out the pandemic.
Expressing his happiness over the honor, Khuehami thanked Xiaomi India and Bollywood film Producer Atul Kasebekar for encouraging his efforts. "I believe it was my social obligation to give respite to my people in times of crisis", Khuehami said and added "My efforts will remain continue till last breath".
"I'm incredibly honoured and humbled and grateful for all the brave individuals that stood together along with me to provide relief to the needy. This is a rare honour. I have done whatever little I could have done with modest means and capacity", he further added. (KNS) 

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