Aam Aadmi Party starts free food parcel service at the three largest Covid hospitals in Goa
After launching various initiatives to serve people during the covid crisis, the Aam Aadmi Party has now started free food parcel service for relatives of the patients admitted at three of the largest covid hospitals in Goa.
State Convenor Rahul Mhambre informed that the need for this service was identified by the party volunteers when they visited various hospitals to deliver oxygen cylinders.
“Due to lockdown restrictions,, many of the restaurants are closed, and also public transportation has also been affected. Our volunteers noticed the tremendous inconvenience being faced by the already distressed relatives of covid patients, and immediately swung into action”.
Program coordinator and Youth Wing leader Shripad Pednekar informed that Godwin Fernandes, Ritesh Shenai, Manuel Cardoso, and Irfan have already started the food service with Convenor Rahul Mhambre at North Goa District Hospital in Mapusa since Sunday, while Pratima Coutinho, Sandesh Telekar and Lincoln Vaz started the food service at South Goa District Hospital in Margao from today. Pednekar informed that Valmiki Naik, Nikhil Haldankar, and Hamid will be starting the service at GMC Bambolim later today.
Mhambre said that Goans across the state have appreciated the initiatives taken by AAP to serve the people. Mhambre expressed satisfaction that programs such as Oximeter Seva, delivering oxygen cylinders, blood donation drive, Plasma donation drive etc have been able to help Goans abandoned by their Govt, and vowed to continue to fight for and serve the people.