Narsi Kulariya waited for a while to see the probabilities of the lockdown being lifted. He always has been a man deeply rooted in his native state Rajasthan despite becoming a big name in the interior industry with business expanding beyond the borders of India. A simple man like Narsi Kulariya employing more than 5000 workers realized that his workers would like to be close to their homes.
Jalore: Corona pandemic has affected all aspects of the lives of people across the country. The devastating effect of COVID-19 is more visible on the workers stranded in places far away from their roots. There are thousands of workers employed in the interior decoration industry who have migrated from states like Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh to work in economic centers like Mumbai. Narsi Group from Rajasthan too employs a large number of people in Mumbai, who have come from various states. Even this industry is suffering due to the Corona epidemic infused lockdown. But unlike others, Narsi Kulariya, MD of Narsi Group is unfazed by the current setback and is already planning a big revival for the post-COVID-19 era. Narsi Kulariya believes in PM Modi’s skill development programme to the core and had been instrumental in training a large number of youngsters for the interior design industry. Now when all of a sudden Corona struck Kulariya knew exactly what to do, he didn’t wait for anything and extended his hand of help to the stranded workers by transferring money to their bank accounts so that they didn’t feel the pinch of the lockdown on their daily needs.
Narsi Kulariya waited for a while to see the probabilities of the lockdown being lifted. He always has been a man deeply rooted in his native state Rajasthan despite becoming a big name in the interior industry with business expanding beyond the borders of India. A simple man like Narsi Kulariya employing more than 5000 workers realized that his workers would like to be close to their homes and near & dear ones in this hour of crisis.
So he started getting in touch with senior officers o arrange for his workers to travel back home. He called Congress state General Secretary Pukhraj Parashar who was eager to help him in his endeavor. Narsi Kulariya got central minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat’s help to arrange for a special train from Mumbai. His personal rapport with senior officers in states came in handy and his brother Bhanwar Kulariya & Poonam Kulariya strongly stood behind their elder brother. Finally, the Kulariya brothers were able to get 1200 workers from Mumbai to Rajasthan through a special train.
These workers hailed from areas like Bikaner, Nokha and Jodhpur. So the younger brothers Bhanwar and Poonam Kulariya arranged for buses to carry the workers from the railway stations to their respective places. Arrangements for proper refreshments for workers were made at the railway station before the workers started their onward journey. Local administration and police officers along with local MLA Bihari Lal helped the Narsi Group initiative. Narsi Kulariya has helped his workers in their hour of distress and this is an inspiration for other industrialists across the country. Now he eagerly awaits for the crisis to get over so that he along with brothers Bhanwar and Poonam can once more take the interior industry to a new height bringing prosperity not only for them, workers but for India as well.