Humanitarian Rituparna joins Singaporean government to support migrant workers


BanglaHunt Desk: Actress Rituparna Sengupta has come forward to help the migrant workers stranded in Singapore. He has joined the joint venture of the Singapore government and the volunteer mirror. The initiative is said to be aimed at boosting the morale of migrant workers stranded in the lockdown.

In collaboration with the Government of Singapore, Darpan, a voluntary organization, has joined this special initiative called 'Our Stories, Your Stories'. Here the stars will sing songs, stories, poems in their own voices. The whole thing will be online.
Along with Rituparna, several stars from Upper Bengal and Upper Bengal have joined the initiative. Among them are Prosenjit Chatterjee, Lopamudra Mitra, Upper Bengal director Mostafa Sarayar Farooqi, actor Firdaus Ahmed and many more. Sarthak Dasgupta is in charge of managing the whole matter.
Rituparna is in Singapore with her family at the moment. In this context, he said, the proposal came to him on behalf of the mirror-Singapore government. It is a very good initiative to stand by the migrant workers in this difficult situation. He also thanked the Government of Singapore and the entrepreneurial organization for such an initiative.

It is learned that several lakh Indian and Bangladeshi migrant workers are detained in Singapore. However, the Singapore government is reportedly helping them. In addition, free net service has also been provided in the mirror industry.