Amid Covid spike in China, Billionaire Anand Mahindra makes this appeal

Anand Mahindra is one of the most loved and most-admired personalities in every nook and corner of the country. The highly-successful entrepreneur is also quite active on the micro-blogging Twitter platform.

Every now and then, the most famous businessman comes up with exciting or catchy tweets to engage with his fans and followers on social media.

From posting Monday motivation stuff to expressing his opinions, the Twitter fraternity has seen it all. At the same time, he never shies away from giving befitting or epic replies to the haters on social media.

We have repeatedly seen that Mahindra has a knack for shutting the critics with classy and bossy replies. On the other hand, he also has an incredible sense of humour, something that the netizens would love to the core.

Amid Covid spike in China, Billionaire Anand Mahindra makes this appeal

As a new wave of Covid-19 virus struck China, social media is overwhelmed with visuals that might as well indicate a tough phase for the world’s most populous country, regarding its battle to fight the notorious virus.

Responding to one such picture reportedly of a hospital in China, industrialist and chairman of the Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra said that this might be a good chance to once again set a great example of how good India is towards its neighbours.

The business tycoon has tagged Indian biotech companies Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech, and wrote, “Clearly their vaccines have not provided the necessary immunity. Can we demonstrate how to be good neighbours and @SerumInstIndia & @BharatBiotech? We currently have sufficient capacity to supply.”

Anand Mahindra reacted to the user’s post on Twitter. The user wrote, “There are no more beds inside the #Chongqing Medical University Hospital, and the elderly are starting to lie on the floor. The machines that are on the chests are used to replace the human hand to press the heart,” the user tweeted, along with hashtags such as “China Covid cases”.