Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], May 27 (ANI): Amid the current medical oxygen crisis for COVID treatment, young people from a Sikh Seva society have stepped forward to help the needy with vital gas to those receiving treatment in isolation at home in Hyderabad.
These young boys are helping the needy who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are in need of oxygen. As part of their services, they are also providing them with necessary medicines and free rations as part of the lockdown triggered by COVID in the state.
Charanjeet Singh Kohli, speaking to ANI, said they are upholding their gurus’ teaching in terms of service to humanity. âIn the midst of this crisis, it is very important to serve humanity. We have been taught that service to humanity is of the utmost importance and that is why in our seva society we provide people in need with much needed oxygen. tested positive for COVID-19 and cannot afford to buy oxygen cylinders or oxygen concentrators, âKohli added.
He added: “As the name of the company says Nishkam – impartial, this service is open to everyone, regardless of their caste, creed and religious beliefs. We believe in the service of humanity.” Kunaldeep Singh, another member of the Society, said: “We were able to help more than 100 families with the second wave of COVID by providing them with much needed oxygen and medicine. additionally mentioned that they also help poor families with a free ration.
Singh added that initially when this Seva company was formed they only had two oxygen cylinders, but as the team grew they were able to source more cylinders. of oxygen and currently has 25 oxygen cylinders and 10 oxygen concentrators. He said all of this service is provided by the donation made by various people and organizations to help people fight the virus. (ANI)