Amritsar, May 22:
Gurdwara Sri Kalgidhar Sahib, Takanini Auckland and the Supreme Sikh Society of New Zealand, has provided 15 oxygen concentrators as a support for the Covid Care Centers being set up by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) for the Covid-19 treatment to the patients at various locations.
Inspired by the SGPC president, Bibi Jagir Kaur, this contribution has been made by chief manager of the society, S. Daljit Singh in collaboration with S. Prithipal Singh Basra and S. Bhavdeep Singh Dhillon.
The provided concentrators were received by manager of Sri Darbar Sahib Gurinder Singh Mathrewal on Friday, and these will be delivered to Covid care centres.
Gurinder Singh Mathrewal said that with the inspiration of SGPC president Bibi Jagir Kaur, it has been decided by the Supreme Sikh Society of New Zealand to send 100 concentrators out of which 15 concentrators have been received. The rest of the concentrators are also being sent by the society soon.
It may be recalled that the SGPC has set up special wards in different districts of Punjab for the treatment of Covid-19 patients where oxygen is provided to the patients through concentrators as per the requirement. SGPC has so far, set up five such Covid care centres and three more will be operational soon.
For this humanitarian cause, the sangat (devotees) from abroad are coming forward to support the SGPC.
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