In an emergency, social media are helpful, social media become their weapon

On the one hand, relatives and family members lack hands during the corona transition period. In such a situation, social workers have also made social media their weapon to help people out. This solves hundreds of problems at home.
One such case came up on Sunday. Parth Sharma, 18, from Sarai Mansingh, required two units of A-positive blood. When a donor donating a unit pulled his hand from the blood donation in place, Sanjay Maheshwari sent the message immediately. The result was that Chirag Dangra reached the point for a blood donation within 25 minutes.
Parth Sharma, a resident of Sarai Mansingh, is being treated for jaundice for a month. On Saturday’s examination, it was found that two unit A positive blood cells rose immediately. Only then will Partha’s health improve. Father Shivdutt Sharma agreed to donate one unit of blood. While the friend’s neighbor agreed to another unit.
On Sunday morning at 11 a.m., the person concerned withdrew from donating blood. Two units of fresh blood should be continuously offered during Parth. When father Shivdutt Sharma was upset, he approached Sanjay Maheshwari. Sanjay Maheshwari posted a message on her social media at 11:33 am.
Calls from blood donors began immediately, but there was a need for positive blood. Fifteen minutes later, 33-year-old Chirag Dangra, a resident of Gopalpuri, Pala Road, agreed to donate blood to Sanjay Maheshwari. In 10 minutes, Chirag reached Shekhar Saraf Memorial Hospital from home. The blood donation was carried out through an examination here. The medical team has also started offering blood to Parth. In this way, the blood donor reached the hospital in 25 minutes on social media.
– Sanjay ji’s message was that an 18 year old patient needs positive blood. To help those in need, my heart said, give your blood immediately. Then Sanjay reached the hospital after speaking to Bhaiya in ten minutes. One unit was donated through blood test.
– Chirag Dangra, Gopalpuri, Pala Road
– Social media is a weapon that can be used to solve many problems. We will shortly be creating a bank of blood donor data. Efforts are being made to donate blood for 24 hours. At the same time Danveer Blood Donor Board was made. Photos of all blood donors are stored there.
– Sumit Saraf, director of the Shekhar Saraf Memorial Hospital
Aparajita’s WhatsApp group also became a platform to help out
Amar Ujala Aparajita’s WhatsApp group is also becoming a platform to help people in the Corona era. On May 12th, Dr. Mamta Varshney posted two units of AB positive plasma on social media for a patient at Mithraj Hospital.
Plasma donor donated plasma in collaboration with Aarti Mittal and Dr. Amit. On May 9, Pooja Somani also arranged blood and plasma from social media for a patient with a critical illness. On May 7th, Dr. Poonam Batra also posted a message on social media to arrange oxygen bottles and beds for a patient.
The beds were only given to the patients with the help of social media. On May 2nd, Maria Alam Omar sought help for Vishnupuri’s Mala Kumari. Which also helped with social media. In addition, various social organizations and social workers in the city are distributing food to the families infected with Corona via social media. At the same time, when someone is expressing their problem on social media, the social workers are in the house to help them.

On the one hand, relatives and family members lack hands during the corona transition period. In such a situation, social workers have also made social media their weapon to help people out. This solves hundreds of problems at home.

One such case came up on Sunday. Parth Sharma, 18, from Sarai Mansingh, required two units of A-positive blood. When a donor donating a unit pulled his hand from the blood donation in place, Sanjay Maheshwari sent the message immediately. The result was that Chirag Dangra reached the point for a blood donation within 25 minutes.

Parth Sharma, a resident of Sarai Mansingh, is being treated for jaundice for a month. On Saturday’s examination, it was found that two unit A positive blood cells rose immediately. Only then will Partha’s health improve. Father Shivdutt Sharma agreed to donate one unit of blood. While the friend’s neighbor agreed to another unit.

On Sunday morning at 11 a.m., the person concerned withdrew from donating blood. Two units of fresh blood should be continuously offered during Parth. When father Shivdutt Sharma was upset, he approached Sanjay Maheshwari. Sanjay Maheshwari posted a message on her social media at 11:33 am.

Calls from blood donors began immediately, but there was a need for positive blood. Fifteen minutes later, 33-year-old Chirag Dangra, a resident of Gopalpuri, Pala Road, agreed to donate blood to Sanjay Maheshwari. In 10 minutes, Chirag reached Shekhar Saraf Memorial Hospital from home. The blood donation was carried out through an examination here. The medical team has also started offering blood to Parth. In this way, the blood donor reached the hospital in 25 minutes on social media.

– Sanjay ji’s message was that an 18 year old patient needs positive blood. To help those in need, my heart said, give your blood immediately. Then Sanjay reached the hospital after speaking to Bhaiya in ten minutes. One unit was donated through blood test.

– Chirag Dangra, Gopalpuri, Pala Road

– Social media is a weapon that can be used to solve many problems. We will shortly be creating a bank of blood donor data. Efforts are being made to donate blood for 24 hours. At the same time Danveer Blood Donor Board was made. Photos of all blood donors are stored there.

– Sumit Saraf, director of the Shekhar Saraf Memorial Hospital

Aparajita’s WhatsApp group also became a platform to help out

Amar Ujala Aparajita’s WhatsApp group is also becoming a platform to help people in the Corona era. On May 12th, Dr. Mamta Varshney posted two units of AB positive plasma on social media for a patient at Mithraj Hospital.

Plasma donor donated plasma in collaboration with Aarti Mittal and Dr. Amit. On May 9, Pooja Somani also arranged blood and plasma from social media for a patient with a critical illness. On May 7th, Dr. Poonam Batra also posted a message on social media to arrange oxygen bottles and beds for a patient.

The beds were only given to the patients with the help of social media. On May 2nd, Maria Alam Omar sought help for Vishnupuri’s Mala Kumari. Which also helped with social media. In addition, various social organizations and social workers in the city are distributing food to the families infected with Corona via social media. At the same time, when someone is expressing their problem on social media, the social workers are in the house to help them.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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