Women’s rights activist Trupti Desai tests positive for Covid-19 and declares “in good health”

The world is currently reeling from the third wave of Covid-19, and many celebrities have contracted the virus. Many celebrities in Bollywood and the Marathi film industry have been infected with Covid-19. Trupti Desai, a former Bigg Boss Marathi 3 competitor, is the latest celebrity to test positive for Covid-19. Desai is also the founder of the Bhumara Brigade and the Bhumata Foundation.

On Monday, she announced on social networks that she had contracted Covid-19. However, she claimed she was in good health and urged her supporters to take the necessary precautions to fight Covid. In her Instagram post, she wrote: “Eventually Corona contacted me – I tested positive.”

“After I got out of the Bigg Boss house, I attended a lot of events, crowded to meet the fans, but I was following the rules, I’m healthy, don’t worry, take care of you. government rules and avoid corona, ”she said.

Trupti was a contender for Bigg Boss Marathi in 2021. Even after leaving home, he met the members of the Bigg Boss Marathi family. She asked them to ask her for help at any time.

Trupti Desai is originally from Kolhapur, but his family later settled in Pune. She graduated from SNDT College in Pune in Home Sciences. She fought for the right of women to enter various temples and other places of worship, including Shani Shingnapur, Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai, Mahalaxmi in Kolhapur, Trimbakeshwar Shiv in Nashik and the temples of Kapaleshwar. She was also part of the Sabarimala unrest.

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