Lalmuansanga handed over a tiny plastic containing Rs 333 in coins and currency notes to leaders of the task force.
A seven-year-old boy from Mizoram’s Kolasib town broke open his piggy bank and donated his entire savings to fight COVID-19 and feed the poor hit by the lockdown imposed to contain the spread of the disease.
Rommel Lalmuansanga, a resident of Venglai area in Kolasib donated an amount of Rs 333 to the village-level task force on COVID-19, local resident Zomuanpuia Tlau said. Lalmuansanga handed over a tiny plastic containing Rs 333 in coins and currency notes to leaders of the task force, he said.
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His gesture has been appreciated by many including Chief Minister Zoramthanga. “This tiny bundle contains Rs 333 in cash and coins; 7-year-old Rommel Lalmuansanga from Kolasib Venglai donated
his entire savings to his village-level task force in this war against the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic,” Zoramthanga tweeted. The chief minister lauded Lalmuansanga as a “hero” and wished that he be blessed by God.