86 oxygen concentrators worth more than Rs 1 crore received  by Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College
86 oxygen concentrators worth more than Rs 1 crore received by Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): A global charitable organisation, Science and Engineering Education Directives (SEED), California, has extended help to save lives of people as it donated 86 oxygen concentrators worth more than Rs 1 crore to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College.

According to college dean Dr Sanjay Dixit, they have received technically advanced oxygen concentrators with efforts of Human Welfare Trust trustee Sanjeev Agrawal through whom SEED sent the aid.

Sanjeev Agrawal said Los Altos Kiwanis Club from California, US, raised funds to make this possible. Saroj Pathak is the president of Kiwanis Club who made it possible to import life saving equipment.

Indore divisional commissioner Dr Pawan Sharma has expressed gratitude towards organisations and said, “As Indore is most affected from pandemic, this valuable assistance will prove crucial in upgradation and enhancement of existing infrastructure for treating patients in government sector hospitals.”

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