Four oxygen concentrators came from America for Pm Narendra Modi Adopted Village Sansad Adarsh ​​Gram Nagepur in Varanasi

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Mon May 31, 2021 6:17 PM IST

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Four oxygen concentrators were given free of charge to villagers by Prime Minister Adarsh ​​Gram Nagepur by Indian citizens living in America. Now the people of the village no longer have to look for oxygen.

Corona Helpdesk started in Nagepur
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People of Indian origin living in America have sent four oxygen concentrators to Prime Minister Adarsh ​​Gram Nagepur’s villagers in Varanasi. On Monday, 2 units were set up at the Corona Helpdesk in Nagepur. Villagers benefit from this facility for free. Given the extent of the second wave of corona infections in India, Indians living abroad are ready to help at any time.Likewise, a total of four oxygen concentrators have been made available free of charge by the ASHA and Aid affiliated NRIs to help and save the poor patients in the Prime Minister’s constituency. The concentrator’s shipment reached the village of Nagepur in Adarsh ​​on Monday. The Kovid Helpdesk was properly set up after the service.

Lok Samiti Convenor Nandlal Master announced that free medical services are being provided to people in rural areas with the help of ASHA Trust, Lok Samiti, Vishwajyoti Jan Samiti and Caritas India.

The Kovid Help Center was set up in the three villages of Nagepur, Harsos and Aswari. Doctors sit here every day and treat patients. Essential medicine for corona patients is provided by the students of the IIT Kanpur 2007 batch. To date, drugs have been administered to 1200 patients.In this episode, a team of non-resident Indians living in America provided essential items such as oxygen concentrator, medicine, mask, ration, etc. from Aid and Asha for Education to help fight the corona epidemic.

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People of Indian origin living in America have sent four oxygen concentrators to the villagers of Prime Minister Adarsh ​​Gram Nagepur in Varanasi. On Monday, 2 units were set up at the Corona Helpdesk in Nagepur. The villagers will benefit from this facility for free. Given the extent of the second wave of corona infections in India, Indians living abroad are ready to help at any time.

Similarly, a total of four oxygen concentrators have been given free of charge by the ASHA and Aid affiliated NRIs to help and save the poor patients in the Prime Minister’s constituency. The concentrator’s shipment reached the village of Nagepur in Adarsh ​​on Monday. The Kovid Helpdesk was properly set up after the service.

Lok Samiti Convenor Nandlal Master announced that free medical services are being provided to people in rural areas with the help of ASHA Trust, Lok Samiti, Vishwajyoti Jan Samiti and Caritas India.

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