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Delhi: ‘Oxygen langar’ at Gurudwara giving breath to covid patients

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In this era of covid epidemic, people are being helped in many ways. In this episode, beds and oxygen have been arranged for covid-19 patients at a gurudwara in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.

The Indian Express newspaper writes in its report, ‘Oxygen Langer’ was arranged in the Gurdwara by the Khalsa Help International Organization and Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha two weeks ago.

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Under this, beds, oxygen cylinders, concentrators, masks have been arranged in a large tent. There is also arrangement of wings and coolers in this tent. If no one gets a bed, then he can also sit on the chair.

Gurpreet Singh Rummy, president of the Gurdwara Committee and founder member of the Khalsa Help, says, “We have 25-30 beds in the gurudwara. More than 70 patients are coming here every day. We do not refuse anyone.”

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“We are also receiving donations from many states but it is difficult to arrange oxygen cylinders.”

Those who come here include mostly those who need oxygen but they do not get a place in hospitals. Most of the people wait in the gurudwara while their families are arranging beds.

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Some patients go back home after feeling fine, while some lose the battle of life.

Says Rummy, “The doors of our gurudwara are open to everyone. Most of the patients come in whose oxygen levels have fallen drastically and are in a very critical state. Patients use oxygen supplies as long as That they do not feel well. By the grace of God we have a sufficient supply of oxygen, but still we are not able to save some patients.”

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