BTS Army is said to be helping with COVID-19 relief funds
According to unconfirmed reports, the BTS army in India has raised over 20 lakh rupees for the COVID-19 relief fund.
It was reported (unconfirmed reports) that the Indian BTS army raised over 20 lakh rupees in just 24 hours to help those people who are in need of medical resources during the second wave of this pandemic.
In a recent interview, when BTS member got to know about the relief fund raised by their fans, RM said “Thank you for the beautiful ARMYs in India. We miss (you) and we hope that we could be there in front of you as fast as possible. Let us stay strong in these challenging times. Our prayers go to everyone currently fighting against Covid-19 and we hope to see you soon and safe.”
J- Hope added, ” ARMY do not lose hope. We are together with India.”
BTS has never visited India but they have a huge fan following here, who are popularly known as BTS ARMY.
Last time, the band had said that BTS wants to come to India, they will come once the pandemic is over.
RM also said that BTS will visit India soon. RM added, “We truly hope that the situation gets better as soon as possible. If the opportunity comes, I hope we can see each other like safely. We send our best wishes for India’s help. Many including Unicef are partnered for the Love Myself campaign, are sending their support as well. So we are aware that India is suffering badly from the pandemic. So after (it ends) we truly hope that we can be there and climb that things are over, we are here together right now.”
The BTS member ‘V’ said, ” Our prayers are with India. Stay strong ARMY and let’s never lose hope.”
The army helped many people through the fundraiser. They have supplied free food to Covid-19 patients at home and to homeless people out there, and they also provided free oxygen cylinder suppliers, medical supplies, etc.
Three unprofit organizations : Anubhuti Trust which is formed & led by a woman, TYCIA Foundation which is providing food in most of the places and helping those who are in need are also providing ration packages by creating a network all over India, and another one is Mazdoor Kitchen which is run by the students.