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Chandini Indian restaurant boss named among Covid Curry Heroes for supporting vulnerable and NHS staff



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The owner of Chandini Indian restaurant has been honoured for supporting vulnerable people and NHS staff during the Covid pandemic.

Abu Mojid and his team at the restaurant in High Wych Road, High Wych, responded to the coronavirus crisis by delivering food to vulnerable people and offering discounts to NHS workers.

Now Abu has been honoured by being named among the Covid Curry Heroes 2020 by Curry Life magazine.

Chandini Indian owner Abu Mojid with his Covid Curry Hero award. Pic: Vikki Lince (43423659)
Chandini Indian owner Abu Mojid with his Covid Curry Hero award. Pic: Vikki Lince (43423659)

He said: “Our NHS and social care sector have worked tirelessly this year to provide support to the many people who need it across the UK, often in exceptionally difficult circumstances.

“Offering them discounts on meals is our way of thanking them for all that they have done and continue to do for us all.”

Curry Life editor-in-chief Syed Nahas Pasha said: “Despite the unprecedented problems posed by the present pandemic, these curry houses have gone out of their way to be almost a fourth emergency service to vulnerable people.”



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