Rajasthan students group from agriculture background are setting example by helping COVID patients in getting oxygen, plasma, blood, beds and medicines to those who are fighting for life..
Rajasthan students from agriculture stream are working wonders to help fight the COVID war by supplying Oxygen cylinders to needy, arranging for plasma, beds and other medicines for Corona patients when the senior leaders sit at home.
These students have formed the Rajasthan Agriculture Students Welfare Association and under its aegis have made Agro-Covid-19 desk operational.
Observer of Rajasthan Agriculture Student Welfare Association Surendra Haritwal said that the association has supplied over 400 cylinders of oxygen to the needy, have arranged for plasma for 156 patients while benefited 500 patients by arranging blood for them.
The association have deputed its teams in different districts which is actively helping the COVID patients in different parts of the state,
The association state president Hanuman Chaudhary said that they are trying to arrange for oxygen concentrators too.
Rajasthan students praised by veteran leaders Pilot and Poonia too
The efforts of these students are also drawing results in the form of praise coming in from veteran leaders like Sachin Pilot and Satish Poonia who praised them openly on twitter.
These students formed a group, collected funds and then bought cylinders, got it filled with oxygen and the started working on ground to provide beds to needy, said Surendra Haritwal, observer of Rajasthan farmer student welfare association.
He said that students are connected through out 33 districts of the state via WhatsApp and are helping the needy. We are getting fill support from Maharana Pratap Agriculture and Technology University Vice chancellor Dr NS Rathore, he added.