Monday, May 25, 2020
CoronaWarrior: 61-Y0 Mumbai Woman Stitches 400 Masks in 48 Hours For Our Safety
Stitched masks by Manju Ojha being distributed to those who need it.
Once Ojha swung into action, she stopped counting the hours in her will to make masks for people’s safety. Her dedication and prompt action made NWWA sanction another 10 metres of cloth to her, soon after. She gladly burned the midnight oil while making the next set of 200 masks as well. Ojha has another set in the pipeline; and doesn’t mind the hours of incessant hard-work one bit.“It makes me very happy to know that the masks are being distributed on the war ships, the naval officers’ offices, Colaba police station, the local market and inside our community complex,” smiles Ojha.
Her strong mettle is what binds them together as a family, says her son. And Ojha is using the same indomitable spirit to help people in her own little way during trying times like these.