Actor Sonu Sood and his team of volunteers provided more than 15 oxygen cylinders to a hospital in Bangalore in the early hours of Tuesday, saving the lives of more than 20 Kovid-19 patients.
ARAK Hospital, which had already lost two patients due to lack of oxygen, was in danger of losing 20-22 Kovid-19 patients when Hashemath Raza of the Karnataka team of the Sonu Sood Charity Foundation received a SOS call from a police officer informed. Regarding the critical condition in the hospital.
The team arranged 16 oxygen cylinders after raising emergency alarms with their contacts. Sonu Sood commended the team for the timely response to the SOS call.
“It was sheer teamwork and a willingness to help our fellow countrymen. As soon as we got a call from Inspector Satyanarayana, we verified it and action was taken within minutes. The team spent the entire night without any thought, but helped to get the oxygen cylinders to the hospital. If there was a delay, many families could lose their close ones. I want to thank all those who helped save so many people last night, ”the actor said in a statement.
In a recent interview with journalist Barkha Dutt, Sonu Saeed mentions his style of work, which includes contacts with every department related to healthcare in the country – from the ward boy of a hospital to its managing director.
Sonu Sood is helping civilians in the treatment needed in the midst of the Kovid-19 crisis, which has devastated the country and exposed flaws in India’s health infrastructure, which is more than oxygen, beds and medicines alone The shortage has resulted in deaths.