Raveena Tandon arranges 300 oxygen cylinders for Delhi
During the Corona epidemic (Covid-19), Raveena Tandon is providing all possible help to the needy. To provide relief to the corona victims in Delhi, the actress has arranged 300 Oxygen Cylinder.
3th May, 2021
In this Corona (Covid-19) crisis, Raveena Tandon is actively working. They are arranging oxygen cylinders and helping people in these difficult times. Many messages are coming to the actress's social media for help. According to media reports, to help people in the epidemic, the actress has formed a team of her people. She says, 'It is difficult to believe what is happening. It is like a destruction. Rich people are paying for injections and treatment, but imagine the plight of the common man! It is very disappointing. That is why we have friends and volunteers from India, who are responding to the request.
The actress further says, 'From oxygen kits to oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators, we are trying to provide all possible help. One of us tweets and as soon as help is available, we see if help is reached to the needy person. We are all trying to gather our resources. In this difficult time, we appeal to people to come out and help.
As the country faced a shortage of oxygen and increased cases of Corona (COVID-19), Raveena Tandon arranged for a truck full of cylinders, which were delivered directly to the needy. She explains, 'Hospitals are charging too much money, so we are arranging oxygen cylinders, which can be sent directly to those who cannot afford it. We are in touch with the police and NGOs to prevent infection. 300 oxygen cylinders are ready to be sent to Delhi.During these difficult times, Responded to a plea of doctors in a hospital in Delhi. Referring to a sensitive incident, the actress said, 'People who don't even know each other are coming forward to help the needy people. I know that this girl messaged me from Delhi saying that she has an extra cylinder and when we shared the co-ordinates, she went and delivered it! People are coming forward for help on this occasion. We are really seeing something beautiful happening.
Taking a dig at the people involved in the black marketing of oxygen cylinders, Raveena says, 'This too will pass and once it happens, I hope that these black marketers will be caught and brought under scrutiny. They are like vultures, which are eating us.
Khushbu Kumari Jha