Muslim society also established Oxygen Bank
Remove. In order to make the availability of Oxygen Bank to Kovid patients easy in the city, in addition to two pre-established Oxygen Banks, the Muslim Society also started the third Oxygen Bank on Thursday. In front of the big mosque, in the presence of former MLA Dr. Vijay Singh Rajput, city inspector Manish Mishra, BMO RP Corey. In the brief program, guests were welcomed with garlands. Haji Rasid stated that Islam teaches humanity.
Everyone is troubled by this epidemic, no one is untouched by it. The youth of our society have taken a good initiative, the patient who will need an oxygen cylinder, our youth will help by delivering the cylinder to his home. O Vijay Singh Rajput said that now the infection has spread to the air. To clean the atmosphere, the Gayatri family has to go to the house on May 26 to attend the house which includes all. At present, many people lost their lives due to lack of oxygen on time. They thanked everyone.
Oxygen bank was dedicated to the public by the Muslim community with eight cylinders. Dr. Videsh Sharma, Sadar Abdul Majeed, Sunil Rai and other youth were present. Everyone expressed gratitude to the society for this public utility work.
In the hospital, the wheel chair and wall are not donated
Remove. In the hour of disaster, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sevak Sangh workers always come forward for social service. Whether it is a matter of feeding the hungry or helping the corona victims.
Former MP Shivraj Singh Lodhi dies from Damoh, Madhya Pradesh
Recently, for the convenience of the patients who were not treated in the benches in the civil hospital by the volunteers, in view of the good results of the walls which were not installed in the verandah, Omkar Upadhyay Pappu Gupta etc. have donated three more walls. Guddu Gupta has also donated a wheel chair in memory of his mother Seema Gupta. In charge, BMO Dr. RP Corey, Dr. US Patel, BJP Mandal President Manish Palya, Sanju Baba Sharma, Subhash Jain were present on the occasion.
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Crowd overflowing in Service Cooperative Bank Batiyagarh
Batiyagarh Hundreds of people are gathering in Seva Co-operative Bank, due to which physical distance is not being followed. There is no arrangement made by the bank employees.
The government has put the money of the crop in the account of the children, so that the money is coming to the bank in large numbers to withdraw this money. Many of them are seen moving around without a mask. While under the Corona guide line it is necessary to make a mask and distance on the mouth.