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Ketan Rawal’s vanity vans give help to cops on their obligation

Mumbai-based Ketan Rawal’s vanity vans were good to go consistently, however with film shootings having ground to a halt in the midst of the coronavirus flare-up, so has his armada of 45 vehicles. Notwithstanding, he has chosen to effectively utilize the vanity vans, with 18 vans overhauling police workforce on bar obligation.

The cops would now be able to utilize the washroom, change garments or eat inside the vanity vans. “It was really sad watching the police officers having their meals on the road. The ladies went 2-3 kilometres to utilize washrooms at the police headquarters. At the point when I met a portion of these ladies’ officials, I came to know they drank less water with the goal that they can abstain from utilizing the washroom frequently. They are on the job in any event, while discharging. I figured a vanity van would make them somewhat more agreeable as they carry out their responsibility,” Rawal said.

Ketan Rawal is likewise prepared to give his vanity vans to specialists and medical attendants. He stated, “I am not Ratan Tata or Akshay Kumar. I probably will not have the option to help in a major manner, however, with what assets I have, I ought to add to the cutting-edge social insurance labourers. If specialists and medical attendants need these vanity vans to carry out their responsibility or for network testing, and so forth., I will flexibly my vanity vans to them too.”

Prior to the lockdown, Rawal would flexibly “around 50-60 vans (counting other merchants’ vans) day by day. These vans would be offered out to different on-screen characters like Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Deol, Arjun Rampal, Taapsee Pannu, Kangana Ranaut, Sonakshi Sinha, Shilpa Shetty and movie chiefs like Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Rohit Shetty.”

Be that as it may, Ketan Rawal’s vanity van business, which began in 2005, ground to a halt on March 17 in the wake of the coronavirus flare-up. Rawal stated, “We are losing Rs 1 lakh worth of business consistently. We are yet making good on overwhelming charges. We need to pay Rs 1,25,000 RTO charge yearly for every vanity van, regardless of whether our business is working or not. Different states in India pay Rs 12,000 as a duty, yet in Mumbai, we pay multiple times more. We are paying our drivers and cleaners too as we need to deal with our workers in such troublesome occasions.”

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