Renowned Indian businessman, philanthropist receives UAE Golden Visa

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News Desk, News Nation 360: After Indian actors like Sanjay Dutt, Shah Rukh Khan, Mohanlal and Mammootty a Dubai-based renowned businessman and philanthropist, Bharat J Mehra has been awarded the UAE's coveted 10-year Golden Visa for his humanitarian activities along with Cristiano Ronaldo and Novak Djokovic. He accepted the prestigious Visa on 20th September 2021. Recently he has been awarded the Indian Achievers Award 2021 titled Man of Excellence. Mehra has founded the Bharat Mehra Strategies DMCC to provide strategic and business development consultancy to corporates in India and the Middle East region. He is the chairman of Radha Meera Trust, supported by the Ajay Piramal Group. He is also the Chairman of Krishna Kali Trust and Mashobra Pvt Ltd. He has been into philanthropic services and supporting the destitute for over 25 years. Through Radha Meera Trust, he provides free food, medicines, ambulances, eye operations, and education to over 1500 people every day.  He  intends  to  launch  free  medical  stores  and free ambulance

services in Kolkata where distinguished names like Anuja Tantia and Wasim Kapoor are associated with him to serve those in need. He is also determined to serve Kolkata and the rest of the country, to ensure that people can exercise their basic human rights. During the unprecedented times of the COVID Pandemic, apart from food packets and Covid protection kit distributions, the trust has been actively involved in educating and creating awareness of the disease in the local communities. According to Mehra, he considers Dubai to be his home, and he is fortunate to have been granted the Golden Visa. He is thankful to the UAE government and the immigration authorities for this enormous gesture of gratitude. UAE is a beautiful country, and under the forward-looking vision of their leadership, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and is sure they will see many more achievements in the country. Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround them every day. Help others to win, and in turn, everybody will win. Remember, they make a living by what they get, but they make a life by what they give.

Report : Anustup Kundu