New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Shah Rukh Khan’s Meer Foundation has again stepped forward to help the people during this coronavirus pandemic. Now the King Khan-led foundation has reached out to help the the kid, who was recently seen in a heartbreaking video waking up his dead mother at the Muzaffarpur railway station.  

14-seconds-long video brought outrage on the social media as it showed the toddler who is unknown about her mother's death, is busy playing with the cloth covering his mother’s body last week as announcements of train arrivals and departures continued in the background.

However, Meer Foundation, which is run by SRK, received the video clip and looked over the matter and decided to support the toddler. Taking to Twitter, the Meer foundation shared the picture of the kid with his grandfather assuring people that they have safely transferred the kid to his grandparents and that the organisation will look after him 

They wrote, "#MeerFoundation is thankful to all who helped us reach this child, whose heart wrenching video of trying to wake his mother disturbed all. We are now supporting him and he is under his grandfather's."

Meer Foundation is a non profit organization in India, which focuses on the rehabilitation of Acid Attack survivors under the work for Women Empowerment, run by Shahrukh Khan.

Shahrukh Khan also took to Twitter and wrote "Thank you all for getting us in touch with the little one. We all pray he finds strength to deal with the most unfortunate loss of a parent. I know how it feels...Our love and support is with you baby."

Gauri Khan and Shahrukh Khan are helping a lot to those in need. Apart from all the donations to PM Care funds and CM relief funds, the couple are also doing their best to help the needy. Recently Shah Rukh Khan and his IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders have also pledged to plant trees in West Bengal, which was devastated by cyclone Amphan. Whereas, Gauri Khan gave her 4 storey building to the BMC to turn it into a quarantine centre. 

Posted By: Talib Khan