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A teacher died in a village in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, due to lack of treatment. This incident had such an impact on the village youth that they prepared a covid ward, which also has five beds and oxygen cylinders. Not only this, the youth of the village are collecting money, distributing medicines, oximeters and masks in the village. The case is of Khanpur village in Meerut. This village is on the outskirts of Ghaziabad, Meerut and Baghpat. A 5-bed isolation ward has been made in the government school of this village, where there is availability of oxygen. So far, 3 to 4 people of the village have been given oxygen.

Abhishek Chikara, a resident of Khanpur village in Meerut, is a mechanical engineer and does a private job in Gurgaon. He says that around 20 people died in the village due to the corona epidemic, but due to the neglect of the health department, no one could get a corona test here.

The youth have built a 5-bed Covid ward on their own.
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Meanwhile, Santosh Sharma, a popular English teacher of the village, died due to lack of oxygen and treatment. He was around 68 years of age. After this incident, the youth made a strategy to fight the corona and divided the sanitation system, sanitizer, oximeter and masks in the village and engaged in the cooperation of the villagers.

Divyang Santosh Sharma of Khanpur village in Meerut was 68 years old. Santosh Sharma was a teacher of English in a private school. Everyone respected him in the village. Meanwhile, the infection caught Santosh Sharma. Santosh Sharma’s family wandered in Meerut for 2 days in search of oxygen and hospital, but could not get oxygen and treatment. Santosh Sharma died on the evening of 4 May.

The youth have built a 5-bed Covid ward on their own.
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Abhishek Chikara says that the infection caught many people in the first week of May. This trend increased rapidly and hundreds of people of the village suffered from coronation-symptomatic fever, cough and cold. The villagers kept pleading with the officers and leaders of the health department, but no help came.

The death of Santosh Sharma, who died of sesame mole due to lack of oxygen and treatment, caused a lot of grief to his disciples and the youth of the village and he decided to change the appearance of the village and that too without any government help. Through a WhatsApp group, the youth contacted the people of the village spread across the country and abroad, asking for help and started a campaign to save the village.

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