The RSS opened a shelter to protect the pilgrims

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Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Tue May 04, 2021 2:07 AM IST

abstract

  • At the CPI, agreements were made with the Swarooprani Nehru Hospital
  • Every day the union made provisions for food, steam and boiling.

Prayagraj News: A Shelter Center opened by RSS.
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In this era of the global pandemic Kovid-19, the sangh has become a haven for the wandering woods after patients were hospitalized. Seven 50-bed rooms have been set up by the Prayag Mahanagar RSS service department to house the timardars on the Adarsh ​​Uttar Pradesh Secondary School CPI campus near Swaruparani Nehru Hospital. The special thing is that the association also cooks the timadars with food in this animal shelter. The shelter was inaugurated on Monday by Nagendra, head of the RSS Provincial Service.Only after the inauguration of the protection area were two young people from the village of Muraine Tola in the Fatehpur district seen hiking through the volunteers. During a conversation with a young man named Yogesh and Vikas, it was found that his 55-year-old father, Shiv Baran Singh, had been admitted to Swarooprani Nehru Hospital. After that he had a problem where he stopped now. As he was leaving the hospital, he suddenly reached the CPI gate. When the Swayamsevaks saw the disappointment of the two brothers sitting there on the floor of the gate, they came and took them into the house. It has been said that a 50 bed shelter was made only for people in need like her. The two brothers, who were sitting on the beds of the shelter, said that their father, Mr. Shivbaran Singh, had an increased lung infection. He had to be brought here to Fatehpur for lack of treatment.

Before that, at 11 a.m. in the CPI courtyard, the animal shelter was inaugurated by lighting a lamp in front of the portrait of Mother India at 11 a.m. Here the provincial service chief said that 400 patients are currently being admitted to Kovid-19 at Swarooprani Nehru Hospital, whoever comes with their negative report is being held here with full respect. Separate arrangements have been made for the stay of women and men in the shelter. All cells are disinfected. Breakfast is served morning and evening for the timbers and food is served on the two and two nights. Special Provincial Contact Leaders, Alok Malviya, Rakesh Segar, Dr. Murarji Tripathi, Vasu Pathak Department, Awadhesh Chand, Prem Sagar, etc. present.

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In this era of the global pandemic Kovid-19, the sangh has become a haven for the wandering woods after patients were hospitalized. Seven 50-bed rooms have been set up by the Prayag Mahanagar RSS service department to house the timardars on the Adarsh ​​Uttar Pradesh Secondary School CPI campus near Swaruparani Nehru Hospital. The special thing is that the association also cooks the timadars with food in this animal shelter. The shelter was inaugurated on Monday by Nagendra, head of the RSS Provincial Service.

Only after the inauguration of the protection area were two young people from the village of Muraine Tola in the Fatehpur district seen hiking through the volunteers. During a conversation with a young man named Yogesh and Vikas, it was found that his 55-year-old father, Shiv Baran Singh, had been admitted to Swarooprani Nehru Hospital. After that he had a problem where he stopped now. As he was leaving the hospital, he suddenly reached the CPI gate. When the Swayamsevaks saw the disappointment of the two brothers sitting there on the floor of the gate, they came and took them into the house. It has been said that a 50 bed shelter was made only for people in need like her. The two brothers, who were sitting on the beds of the shelter, said that their father, Mr. Shivbaran Singh, had an increased lung infection. He had to be brought here to Fatehpur for lack of treatment.

Before that, at 11 a.m. in the CPI courtyard, the animal shelter was inaugurated by lighting a lamp in front of the portrait of Mother India at 11 a.m. Here the provincial service chief said that 400 patients are currently being admitted to Kovid-19 at Swarooprani Nehru Hospital, whoever comes with their negative report is being held here with full respect. Separate arrangements have been made for the stay of women and men in the shelter. All cells are disinfected. Breakfast is served morning and evening for the timbers and food is served on the two and two nights. Special Provincial Contact Leaders, Alok Malviya, Rakesh Segar, Dr. Murarji Tripathi, Vasu Pathak Department, Awadhesh Chand, Prem Sagar, etc. present.

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