The Delhi Sikh body has started a free ambulance service for COVID-19 patients. The DSGMC has arranged 12 ambulances and stationed them in various parts of Delhi for anyone who needs help.
Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) started free ambulance service for #COVID19 patients on Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji's Prakash Purab. 12 ambulances will be stationed in various parts of the national capital. (14.07.2020) pic.twitter.com/MzeTDduDWH— ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2020
We will provide more ambulances in the coming days. The 12 ambulances available now are equipped with all the facilities. It will remain available till we win the battle against COVID-19.
Extending our support in every possible manner, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) on July 14 started free ambulance services for #COVID19 patients on Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji's Prakash Purab. 12 ambulances will be stationed in various parts of the national capital. pic.twitter.com/cpVWAlB6G0— #NahiChahiyeKhalistan (@KhalistanIsAJo1) July 15, 2020
People can avail the services by calling on the numbers they have provided.
Ambulance Sewa specially for Covid Patients started by Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee on the occassion of Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji’s Prakash Purab. #DelhiSikhGurdwaraManagementCommittee #GuruHarkrishanSahibJi pic.twitter.com/GNi2Km5uBm— Harpreet Singh Sandhu (@iamhsandhu) July 14, 2020
Twitter couldn't stop praising them for their help and their efforts.
waheguru ji 🙏— kawaljeet singh Bacher (@VickySi75961809) July 14, 2020
Well Done.. Congratulations..Keep it UP..Please start such sewa in all cities of India... Nanak Naam Chardikalaa, Tere Baane Sarbatt da Bhalaa 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👏👏💐💐— sunita (@sunita747) July 14, 2020
Guru Fateh 🙏— panjabiyat.com (@panjabiyat) July 14, 2020
The Delhi Sikh body has been offering help ever since the first lockdown was announced, way back in March, and they have been working relentlessly at the forefront to help the needy and to serve the people.
So far, there are over 18,600 active COVID-19 cases in Delhi.
We can't thank them enough for their humanitarian gesture. Truly inspiring!