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Investors Clinic honours Covid warrior couple by awarding a housing unit

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New Delhi, December 30, 2021: Real estate consulting company, Investors Clinic (IC) did a month long campaign (Flat 983) on Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM, to identify and reward a Covid Warrior, who contributed selflessly and tirelessly to serve the society in these unprecedented times. Investors Clinic gifted keys of a flat to Covid warrior couple, Vasundhara and Kunal Bose from Delhi, for providing free Ambulance services to Covid patients. The month-long campaign was run to select the winner through public opinion amongst the six finalists.

Investors Clinic has been running this campaign for last five years with Radio Mirchi. The company has acknowledged the work undertaken by various civil society organizations and individuals in the last 5 seasons. Last year the company had gifted the flat to a Martyred Army Officer’s family.

Honeyy Katiyal

Speaking on the occasion, Honeyy Katiyal, Founder, Investors Clinic said, “Investors Clinic has always believed that giving back to the society is the most important duty for every individual and company. The times have been really harsh but some people have risen above normal beings and have helped people during the Covid epidemic. We have been running this campaign to acknowledge the contribution of few exceptional people and highlight their impact on the society. This year, we decided to acknowledge the contribution of Covid Warriors.”

The theme for this year’s campaign was around Covid Warriors. Investors Clinic received more than 100 entries and six entries were finalized by the Jury which included Himanshu Kalia and Twinkle Kalia (fondly known as Ambulance couple) for providing Free Ambulance Service; Vasundhara and Kunal Bose, Kvaab Welfare Foundation for working for distress animals; Rakesh- Covid Sample Collector, Paramedical Staff who collected more than 10,000 samples; PadamShri Awardee Dr. Jitender Singh Shunty, President Shaheed Bhagat Singh Seva Dal who created more than 4k dead bodies during Covid; and Usha Gupta, Pickle Lady who helped more than 65k families.