CHANDIGARH: Those who take a COVID-19 booster dose are eligible to receive free Chhole Bhature from a vendor in Chandigarh, India. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi commended Sanjay Rana, 45, last year for taking a similar action in which he required people to present proof of immunization in exchange for a complimentary plate of Chhole Bhature.
Rana expressed concern over the lack of applicants for the vaccination. He had claimed that “brother Sanjay” was demonstrating a feeling of responsibility and service for the benefit of society. For more than 15 years, Rana has been serving the savory supper on his bicycle. The 45-year-old claimed that a year prior, his daughters had given him the concept.
All eligible people should apply without holding back, Rana urged. According to him, illnesses were spreading across the nation. Why hold off till things get out of hand? He continued by saying that he had joined the army and had always had a desire to serve his nation.
The patriot remarked, “Now I want to participate in some other way, this brings me enormous satisfaction.”Rana was born and raised in Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh. After finishing his studies in grade 10, he assumed financial responsibility for the household after his father passed away. The seller hopes to provide his daughter with a quality education.