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Red FM & Nepal’s Radio Kantipur join hands for Nepal’s quake victims

Under the initiative ‘Bajao For a Cause’, RJs in their popular shows are urging listeners ‘Sau Ho Ya Hazaar, Nepal Ko Do Apni Ek Din Ki Pagaar’

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Aiming at helping the victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, Re FM has come forward with its flagship initiative, ‘Bajao For a Cause’. Red FM and non-profit organisation Seeds India have joined hands for the initiative – ‘Sau Ho Ya Hazaar Nepal Ko Do Apni Ek Din Ki Pagaar’ under this cause. With this unique initiative, Red FM’s RJs have pledged to donate their one day’s salary to the Nepal earthquake relief fund even as they are motivating their listeners on their shows to extend help for the earthquake victims.

Red FM actively runs various campaigns related to social issues on the platform of ‘Bajao for a Cause’. As part of this initiative, Red FM’s RJ Raunac personally visited Nepal to witness the ground situation. Red FM also did a show with Nepalese radio station Radio Kantipur to connect with people from across the border. The show was jointly done by RJ Raunac of Red FM and Radio Kantipur’s RJ Ramon, which was broadcast in Delhi and Nepal simultaneously on May 6, 2015.

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Commenting on Red FM’s efforts to support Nepal, Nisha Narayanan, COO, Red FM, said, “We understand pain and sufferings of the people of Nepal and we hope and pray that our support helps the earthquake victims to come back to normalcy soon. Red FM has always been at the forefront when it comes to supporting causes related to humanity and in this unfortunate time, it is our duty to reach out to those who have lost their loved ones, homes and property. With ‘Sau Ho Ya Hazaar Nepal Ko Do Apni Ek Din Ki Pagaar, we hope that Red FM will be successful in motivating more and more people to extend support to those affected. We feel since Nepal is receiving aid from across the globe, extending monetary support is equally crucial at this juncture as the same can be utilised by the Nepal government and the NGOs working there towards rehabilitation work.”

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