Ashish Ghosh and 5 others, originally from West Bengal, had left their homes and came to Karnataka, for work. They were migrant labourers dependent on their daily earnings and for the lockdown they were stuck with Yadgir, Karnataka with no food or work. Their needs were registered on the network and the relief process was initiated. Warrior Anand Chavan from Karnataka contacted Siddharaj Birada, another warrior from Gulbarga district, and informed him of the two. As Yadgir is about 90km from Gulbarga, they both were searching for the local resource which could assist in providing relief to the six workers. Soon enough they coordinated with Sharan Gouda, who was already helping 500 people in Yadgir with food and other needs, they informed him of the needs of these people and their dire situation. On the day itself, Mr Sharan reached out to these workers and provided them food. Not only this, he further talked to the landlord of the accommodation where these workers were living together and encouraged him not to charge the rent for these poor people, at least in the lockdown, to which the landlord gave his consent.