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If you are Indian, use Indian – says Himanshi Khurana & calls out for using Job Platform KillerLaunch.com
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Punjabi actress Himanshi Khurana expresses her support towards PM Modi's #VocalForLocal while asking people to join 100% Indian recruitment portal KillerLaunch.

Himanshi Khurana, the popular Bigg Boss 13 sensation, has expressed her take on PM Modi’s #VocalForLocal movement and talks about the 100% Indian recruitment platform KillerLaunch that is helping people find jobs and internships during the Coronavirus crisis. 

The Punjabi singer and actress, who has been in the limelight for her work in the Punjabi music industry, shared her feelings about supporting Indian ventures, especially amidst the pandemic when the Indian economy is at an all-time low, especially amidst the pandemic. 

KillerLaunch is a 100% Indian recruitment search company that allows users hailing from different backgrounds for jobs and internships from sales, media, marketing, writing, etc. in a few easy clicks. Being a staunch supporter of PM Modi’s #VocalForLocal, KillerLaunch allows Indian companies to post free jobs and internship postings on its platform and build their dream team online.

 

Himanshi’s support for Indian Firm KillerLaunch

Himanshi Khurana has always been a supporter of local Indian brands, but now, she has given voice to her feelings about supporting local Indian products and services. She says that if you’re an Indian, you must support Indian ventures as this helps our country in becoming self-reliant.

Currently, due to the pandemic, more than 12 crore individuals from India have lost their jobs, and the digits might stay unstable for a while. KillerLaunch, understands your job needs, especially during this crisis. KillerLaunch is offering Work From Home job and internship opportunities to its users hailing from different educational and professional backgrounds.

KillerLaunch, being a 100% Indian job and internship search company, aims to provide all its users, be it students, graduates, or working professionals, with equal employment opportunities from their preferred field of work, allowing them to give their career a killer launch. 

 

Himanshi supports #VocalForLocal

The pandemic has changed the way we work as professionals. Today, remote working has replaced all the office-goers to workstation slayers, allowing them to work on their job in the comfort of their house while staying safe from the spread of the Coronavirus disease. 

A major chunk of blue-collar jobs was lost during this pandemic, which is why the leading Indian job and internship search platform is providing users with typing and data entry jobs that allow users to earn income without spending more on learning high payable skills. 

Himanshi Khurana, while talking to her audience, remarked how many firms in India are internationally funded organizations, which is why a major chunk of the revenue earned by such companies goes abroad. As a supporter of Indian businesses, Himanshi asked her audience to support Indian brands and products and use KillerLaunch, a 100% Indian company, to find excellent jobs and internships for themselves, while staying at home.

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Saumya Uniyal
Saumya Uniyal
A passionate writer with bachelor’s in the field of English & Journalism. Other than being a bibliophile, some of her hobbies are travelling, photography and poetry.

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