- Riyaz Mohammad Kovid, who manufactures tire punctures, is an angel made for patients
- Demand from people gave 90 oxygen cylinders to district administration
- Riyaz Mohammed runs Puncture shop in Sheopur
- Collector said that those cylinders were given in many hospitals
In the Corona period, many people have emerged as angels for kovid patients. Critically ill patients need oxygen the most, who are getting all the things in time, their lives are being saved. A man who runs a tire puncture shop in Sheopur district of MP is working hard to save the lives
60-year-old Riyaz Mohammed, who made puncture, has collected more than 90 oxygen cylinders for the Kovid patients to the district administration. Talking to our associate newspaper Times of India, he said that we used to run a small business of oxygen supply even while running a puncture shop. Riyaz told that I knew which people here used oxygen cylinders. Especially people associated with the fabrication trade, they got involved in it and demanded oxygen cylinder.
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He said that after this we started taking oxygen cylinders from the people and have given 90 cylinders to the district administration. Sheopur Collector Rakesh Srivastava said that Riyaz has helped a lot. He said that we are using these cylinders to bring oxygen from Gwalior and Bhind.
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He said that oxygen cylinders have also been given by people doing other business. Oxygen cylinders given by Riyaz have been given to district hospitals and hospitals in rural areas.
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Riyaz Ahmed said that I know that I will be able to help people struggling for breath. I have just contributed.