Hyderabad: In the early hours of Thursday, at approximately 3 am, about 150-200 humans will return together to perform an enormous task – cooking and to feed 21,000 humans over days. A Hyderabad-based e-gaining knowledge of answers organization CommLab India’s employees is ready to prepare dinner and distribute 21,000 packets of Hyderabadi biryani and double ka meetha to the underprivileged.
These employees will be cooking five 000 to 6,000 kg of hen, four,200 kg of rice, and could make 23 cycles of biryani, with each cycle catering to 900 humans. The entire event will be spread across December 2 and 3 and will contain 24 hours of non-stop cooking, with 20 stoves being installation at the Banjara Function Hall in Masab Tank.
“Since our inception in 2000, we made it a factor to devote someday to serve nicely-nourished meals to the needy. We began serving food packets to 25 people in our first 12 months of operations, and slowly, this expanded to 500 to 1,000 to two,000 and closing yr we cooked and served food to 7,500 underprivileged human beings inside the town. In these 12 months, we will be completing 21 years of operations, and to commemorate this success, we planned to prepare dinner and distribute food to 21,000 human beings,” Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer, COO, and co-founder, CommLab India LLP, advised Telangana Today.
The employer has diagnosed 3,000 orphanages inside the dual towns, after which on the roadside, it will provide it to approximately three,500 humans, via Madrasas, it will feed 1,500 human beings. Through food distribution in slums, it plans to offer meals to ten 500 human beings. The group has been making plans for this event on November 19 and has completed four cleansing, cooking, packing, and distribution teams.
“On the primary day i.E on December 2, we plan to distribute to 11,000 human beings, and on the second day, we plan to provide meals to 10,000 humans. We have sought the help of some NGOs and orphanages to help us with the distribution process,” says Ayesha, who runs the employer along with Dr. RK Prasad.