In Bihar’s Munger district, auto driver Mrityunjay Kumar is working to transport the hospital to the hospital at a concession rate through his ‘Auto Ambulance’.
Auto Ambulance (nominal photo)
In Munger district of Bihar, the guards are working during this crisis of corona epidemic. Such people are engaged in serving patients infected with Coronavirus without worrying about them. One such auto driver is Mrityunjay Kumar. They have dared to equip their autos with oxygen like ambulances to serve the patients at a discounted rate. Saluting his courage, ‘Munger Manch’ has made Oxygen Cylinder and Sanitize available in his auto.
This matter is of Munger district. Where its name has been given to the auto ambulance paid service. For this service, the driver has also publicly released his mobile number in auto. At the same time, auto driver Mrityunjay Kumar said that the needy people of the city can take service of this mini auto ambulance by calling the mobile number 7258036233. In view of the expensive ambulance service in the Corona era, the auto ambulance will be convenient for the poor people.
Auto made mini ambulance to help the needy
Auto driver Mrityunjay Kumar has told that in view of the problem of taking the infected patient from home to hospital during the corona epidemic, he has made up his mind to do social service by making his auto a mini ambulance. Munger Manch has provided oxygen and sanitation in their support by accompanying them in this campaign. He said that the service of auto ambulance is not made to earn more money, but in low rupees, people have started giving service at the time of crisis. Calls have also started coming in social media since it became viral.
Many people landed in this scheme of service
Munger Manch member Sanjay Kumar Babloo said that the auto driver Mrityunjay Kumar has presented an inspiring example in the society, presenting humanity. At the same time, there are plans to make three-four more autos as mini ambulances in the district to help the people. Toto will also be arranged in the range of 2-3 kilometers from the hospital without oxygen cylinders. Along with this, arrangements will also be made for the safety of the driver.
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