Gurdwara in Ghaziabad holds ‘oxygen langar’

Tribune News Service
Ghaziabad, April 24

Serving the humanity is the core mantra that has been driving vice-president of the Ghaziabad Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee Gurpreet Singh as he has started a unique initiative of “oxygen langar” to help Covid-19 patients amid severe shortage of medical oxygen in the country.

Amid SOS calls and messages for oxygen cylinders and concentrations flooding social media platform, Singh Saheb (as he is lovingly called) said, “We have started ‘oxygen langar’ on the premises of Indirapuram Gurdwara in Ghaziabad. On a daily average for the past one week we have been providing life-saving facility to 70 to 90 persons on demand.”

For the purpose, the gurdwara has also brought out a helpline number 9097041313.

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