BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Sanstha in the UK, headquartered at the ‘Neasden Temple’ in London has launched an emergency appeal to support the Covid-19 relief efforts across India.

India is experiencing an unrelenting surge in infections and deaths from the coronavirus pandemic, with its hospitals coming under extreme pressure with shortages of oxygen and critical care beds.

The organisation is under the guidance and blessings of His Holiness Mahant Swami Maharaj and has responded to this escalating health emergency by expanding its existing provision of hospital and medical centres with a new 500-bed facility in Atladara.

It is equipped with ICU facilities, provision of life-saving oxygen as well as PPE for medical staff and meals and accommodation for the volunteers, elderly and vulnerable.

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In addition, BAPS has provided all non-medical infrastructure such as bedding, kitchen units, water supply, electricity, fans, air cooling units, mobile toilet and bathroom units, and parking facilities.

Yogvivekdas Swami, head of Neasden Temple, said, “The situation in India is dire and critical. Thousands are dying daily, so please do donate generously to help support the BAPS relief work and save lives. Pramukh Swami Maharaj left a legacy with his ethos, ‘In the joy of others lies our own.’ There has perhaps never been a more critical and opportune moment to embody this noble principle.”

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