Dwarka: Police promptly procure oxygen cylinders for Aakash Hospital

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Dwarka: Police promptly procure oxygen cylinders for Aakash Hospital

The police unloaded the cylinders and immediately shifted them to the ICU ward.

Dwarka: Police promptly procure oxygen cylinders for Aakash Hospital

Dwarka: The efforts of Dwarka Police in procuring oxygen cylinders for Aakash Hospital is being hailed by the family members of admitted patients. The police immediately swung into action when they received information that there was a scarcity of oxygen cylinders at the hospital.

As the information was received by the police station, the station house officer formed a team under his supervision to procure oxygen cylinders for the patients at Aakash Hoapital.

Intially, the team searched cylinders at Wazirpur Oxygen Gas Godown, and Jeevan Park, Dabri but due to shortage of oxygen in Delhi, the efforts could not yield result.

As per police, the persistent and sincere efforts bore fruitful results when 37 gas cylinders were procured from Mayapuri Oxygen Plant. The cylinders were escorted from Mayapuri to the hospital by the police.

The police unloaded the cylinders and immeditely shifted them to the ICU ward. Relieved with the supply of oxygen cylinders, the family members of patients appreciated the prompt response of the police.

The police unloaded the cylinders and immeditely shifted them to the ICU ward. Relieved with the supply of oxygen cylinders, the family members of patients appreciated the prompt response of the police.  The police also provided their mobile numbers to the doctors so that they can contact in case of any such need in the future.

The Group COO of Aakash Hospital, Dr Kousar Shah appreciated the efforts of Dwarka Police. “In fact, I have no words to express enough thanks and gratitude to our DCP Santosh Meena and our SHO Surinder Sandhu & his team for going totally out of the way to help us to get oxygen supply. They have actually gone beyond their duty for a purely humanitarian reason, because so many patients need oxygen in current COVId times and this is their true life line. Our police has given that lifeline to them, acting like real life heroes in a different manner,” Shah said.