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Mahavir temple will provide oxygen for free, to 150 people every day: know what is the process

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In times of Corona crisis, the Mahavir temple in Patna has gone ahead to help Kovid patients like a troubleshooter. According to the news agency ANI, Oxygen cylinders will be filled in free in the premises of Mahavir temple from today.

The temple secretary said, “Our goal is to deliver oxygen cylinders to 150 people every day. To avoid congestion, this work will be done through online booking. We will give them slots and refill oxygen cylinders for free. “

Let us tell you that this work started in the temple premises today, ie on 30th April by distributing free oxygen to the needy patients.

Note these special things in the process of getting oxygen from here:

  • Online booking is mandatory for oxygen cylinders.
  • Check your booking status after online oxygen booking.
  • This oxygen is completely free. No money will be taken from anyone.
  • For this, it is mandatory to bring patients with Aadhaar card, medical slip, in which Oxygen Booking ID slip.

Dainik Jagran Ki According to the report, Acharya Kishore Kunal, Secretary of the Trust, started this auspicious work in the premises of Mahavir Temple. Acharya Kunal said that the Mahavir Temple Trust approached the entire country to set up an oxygen plant. But no one assured to implement it before 4 months. Then the temple decided to distribute oxygen cheaply at the local level for free.

Acharya Kishore Kunal said that his goal is to provide oxygen cylinders to 150 needy patients every day. The delivery of oxygen cylinders will be done through online system. He said, “We have tried a lot to buy small size cylinders, but due to lack of availability, people will be able to give oxygen in only 10.2 liter cylinders.”

The Trust Secretary also informed that a 40-bed hospital for Kovid patients is being started at Mahavir Arogya Sansthan located at Kankarbagh near Chiriyatand bridge from Saturday, 1st May. At Begusarai, there is also a plan to start a Kovid Hospital with 25 beds in Mahavir Agrasen Seva Sadan from Saturday or Monday.

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