The Army CO highlighted certain equipment which were required by the hospital, including four ICU beds, ten oxygen concentrators, ten jumbo oxygen cylinders, one X-Ray machine and two 15 KVA generator sets.
Actor Sonu Sood has been at the forefront of helping people amid the COVID crisis. He has gone out of his way and reached out to people across the country whenever and wherever help has been asked for. Now, a letter written by the commanding officer of an infantry battalion stationed in Jaisalmer to Sood requesting help in procuring equipment for the COVID-19 facility has gone viral on social media. This has however not gone down well with the senior brass of the military.
Aletter written by the commandant of an infantry battalion stationed in Jaisalmer to Bollywood star Sonu Sood, requesting for help in procuring equipment for a Covid-19 facility, has gone viral on social media leading to senior brass of the military frowning at the act. in a letter dated May 13, the CO of the battalion apprised the film star, who has been at the forefront of helping people within the Covid pandemic, that the army was setting up a 200-bed Covid care centre facility at the Jaisalmer military station, reported an internet site.
As per the website, a senior officer in Army HQs New Delhi confirmed that the letter was written to Sonu Sood but added that it seemed to are written in “over enthusiasm”. the military has found out several Covid hospitals across the country from its own resources to assist the civilian state administrations. In Rajasthan itself, a 50-bed hospital was found out and operationalised today in Sri Ganganagar.
Meanwhile, Sonu Sood has been arranging oxygen concentrators and other necessary equipment for Covid patients as India battles the second wave of the pandemic. He also regularly communicates with netizens reaching out to him on Twitter and other platforms seeking oxygen and other necessities.