Coronavirus is wreaking havoc around the world. On the other hand, I came out with more than one story for those helping each other out. A similar example was provided by Devendra Kumar Sharma of Ranchi. To save his friend’s life, Devendra covered more than 1,300 kilometers in another 24 hours by car and transporting oxygen.
Devendra, who is based in Ranchi, received a call from Sanjay Saxena, who lives in Vichali Ghaziabad, on April 24, stating that there is an urgent need for oxygen for a Rajan with Corona and oxygen is not provided here. Leave oxygen for one day only. Rajan undergoes treatment at Sanjay Saxena’s home.
Rajan’s life is built
Sanjeev Suman, another friend of Devendra and Rajan, died of corona in Noida on April 19. Rajan and Sanjiv Suman Apartments are located in the same community in Noida. After Sanjeev Suman died, Corona-afflicted Rajana became very tense. He tried so hard to get beds in hospitals in Noida and Delhi, but he couldn’t find a bed anywhere. After this Rajan told his old friend Sanjay Saxena. It was Sanjay Saxena who then took him to his home in Vaishali and began to receive treatment there.
Pocaro arrives to capture the oxygen cylinder
On April 24th, Devendra, after hearing Sanjay Saxena’s terrifying voice, was in trance about where to arrange an oxygen cylinder for his childhood friend Rajan. Depart Devendra for Bokaro, 150 km from Ranchi, at night by bike. The Devendra and Rajan families both belong to Bukaro. Divendra begins searching for the cylinder as soon as he reaches Pocaro. When no work was done, Devendra approached Rakesh Kumar Gupta, the owner of the Jharkhand gas plant. In the end, the cylinder was found from there.