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Meet The Pune Man Who Spent His Wedding Fund In Helping Migrants

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Last few weeks have been tough for Akshay Kothawale, a 30-year-old auto-rickshaw driver in Pune, who has been applauded on social media for providing food to those in economic distress amid the coronavirus lockdown. The pandemic delayed his wedding, and he used his meagre savings to help the poor. His father died of a heart attack while he was busy providing relief to stranded migrants last month. Despite the personal tragedy and dwindling funds, his drive to help has not diminished.

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