As the country fights hunger and malnutrition, an NGO aims to feed nutritious food.
With the aim of helping the poor, a Haryana-based NGO serves food at a meagre cost of Rs 5.
Located in Gurugram, Devdoot food bank feeds nearly 1,000 underprivileged per day.
While the minors are provided with a free meal, adults have to pay just Rs 5 for a wholesome meal.
Pankaj Gupta and his brother Vipin Gupta had taken the initiative in 2014 to feed destitutes.
They had initially aimed at catering to needs of at least 100 people, but now thousands are fed at this centre.
Gupta was heart-broken by looking at small kids feeding on from the garbage heap, which led him to start a food court.
Pankaj Gupta aims at reaching all those who are financially unstable.