Indian-origin billionaire Vinod Khosla pledges 10 10 million for oxygen supply

Indo-US businessman Vinod Khosla opens his treasury for oxygen supply, will donate ਮਿਲੀ 1 million

New Delhi. The risk of coronavirus in India is increasing rapidly. In many states, the situation is getting out of hand. Somewhere there is a medicine problem, then in the hospital, the biggest problem with the bed is coming out with oxygen. While all necessary steps are being taken from the Center to the state governments, many big businessmen have also extended a helping hand.

In the series, Indian-American billionaire businessman Vinod Khosla has pledged ਦ 1 million to supply medical oxygen to Indian hospitals.

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This is not enough for iveGiveIndia. They were given 20,000 oxygen concentrations, 15,000 cylinders, 500 ICUs. Requests have been received for covid centers with beds, 100 ventilators, 10000 beds which come every day from non-profits and hospitals across India. We need to do much more immediately

– Vinod Khosla (vkhosla) May 2, 2021

Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems, has been assisting Indian hospitals in supplying oxygen to Indian hospitals due to the steady rise in Kovid-19 cases in India.

In the midst of this help, he has taken another big step. Khosla has promised to donate 10 million dollars. “People’s lives need to be saved because more deaths will happen later,” he tweeted.

“It is not enough to give it to India,” Khosla said. Every day, they are receiving requests from non-profit and hospitals across the country for 20,000 oxygen centers, 15,000 cylinder, 500 ICU beds, 100 ventilators, 10,000 bed covid centers. In such a situation we need to do much more immediately.

He said the Khosla family would donate ਕਰੋੜ 10 million under the ‘Give India’ initiative and hoped for immediate help from others.

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Let me tell you that India is fighting a second wave of corona virus. More than three and a half lakh new cases are coming in the country every day. These new cases have been coming in over 3 lakh for the last 12 consecutive days.

Many cities across the country are not getting hospital beds and people are not getting medicine or oxygen. The capital Delhi is also very poor. In such a situation, some relief will come only if the industrialists come forward for such help.

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