Bhajan singer Anuradha Paudwal donated 15 oxygen concentrators to hospitals in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh

Anuradha Paudwal (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Due to the increasing cases of Corona virus growing across the country, there is a huge demand for other health facilities including oxygen. Everyday many people have to lose their lives due to lack of these things. Keeping in mind the current situation, many celebrities have come forward to help the people. Now Bhajan singer Anuradha Paudwal has donated 15 oxygen concentrators to hospitals in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.

According to a media report, Anuradha had decided that she would spend the fees of one of her programs to help the Kovid patients. During that time, taking his fee, he requested the organizers to help him by giving him oxygen cylinders instead.

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Singer said in the Hindustan Times report, “Stocks are yet to come, but I was thinking about it. I have a foundation of its own which helps the needy people. We have adopted 10 villages in Nanded where we work to conserve water. After this, the corona epidemic occurred. Every year on 9 May, which is the birthday of my husband Arun Paudwal, on that day we honor an artist. “

Anuradha told that she has been doing this for the last 25 years. He said, “We saw doctors, nurses, ward boys working and I myself have talked to many people and this time donated ventilators to the hospital. I was trying to get from where the oxygen cylinder is found. During this time I spoke to Sunil Deshpande who is my Rakhi Brother. I told her that I want oxygen concentration till May 9. “

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Anuradha, stating the motive behind her intention, said, “We have seen people yearning to breathe. Facility is also available in big government hospitals, but it is not the case in small hospitals. So we donated them to the oxygen concentrator. “

Anuradha said that people are struggling with stress and trouble in this problem. In such a situation, she will entertain them by singing an online song.

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