Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar who was recently in news for providing financial aid to the families of army officers, posted a short video of his daughter Nitara offering milk to a cat on Sunday morning
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar who was recently in news for providing financial aid to the families of army officers, posted a short video of his daughter Nitara offering milk to a cat on Sunday morning. Akshay Kumar shared this video on his Twitter handle hours after the 31st episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat where he urged people to save birds and other animals by offering them water and food during the hot summer months.
Akshay Kumar called it a coincidence and wrote that humanity comes before anything else. “Coincidentally was urging Nitara 2 offer milk to the cat today. The heat spares nobody offers water 2 everyone who visits ur home.Humanity 1st,” was the caption of the video shared by Akshay Kumar. Earlier in the day, PM Modi talked about climate change and early onslaught of summers in India. “Climate Change no more just a topic in the academic world but a reality we all experience everyday,” PM said.
Watch the video shared by Akshay Kumar:
Coincidentally was urging Nitara 2 offer milk to the cat today.The heat spares nobody offer water 2 everyone who visits ur home.Humanity 1st pic.twitter.com/UzEs44IQfR
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) April 30, 2017
Along with this, the Prime Minister also asked people to save birds and animals from this heat by adopting a humane approach. The Prime Minister, who advocated against wastage of food in his last ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme, said he had received a number of ideas on how to do it.
Talking about his recent ban on red beacon lights atop cars PM said, “Generally, there is an atmosphere of hatred for the VIP culture in the country. How deep it is, I realised only recently when the government decided that howsoever big a person may be, he cannot move around in a vehicle using the red beacon. It (use of red beacon) had become sort of a symbol of VIP culture. Experience shows that though the red beacon would be used atop a vehicle, gradually the VIP culture would go to the head of those using it and it would lead to a mindset of VIP culture,” he said.