Patna's Mahavir temple provides free oxygen to corona patients

Patna: Free oxygen distribution to serious corona patients has been introduced by the famous Mahavir Temple near Patna railway station, the capital of Bihar. The family members of 72-year-old Deepak Kumar Sinha, a resident of Srikrishnanagar Locality in Patna, were filled with the first oxygen cylinder at 10.30 am on Friday. The work was launched by Acharya Kishore Kunal, Secretary, Mahavir Mandir Trust.

Online booking started at 7 am on the official website mahavirmandirpatna.org of Mahavir Temple which continued till late evening. The oxygen cylinder is being refilled on submission of photocopy of the patient's Aadhaar card and medical slip indicating low oxygen level along with the slip issued after booking. Acharya Kishore Kunal has informed that this work of serving humanity on behalf of Mahavir Temple is completely free of cost. Mahavir Mandir Trust approached the entire country to set up oxygen plant, but no one assured to implement it four months ago.

Therefore, it was decided to distribute oxygen cheaply at the local level and free distribution. The oxygen will be distributed according to the amount of oxygen received every day. At present, a target has been set to provide oxygen cylinders to 150 needy patients every day. The number can be increased when high amount of oxygen is available. He said this effort of mahavir temple will be a service like the role of a squirrel in Ramji's setubandha in the battle with corona.

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